Istanbul ● Thu, November 24 2022
Turkey struck several targets in Syria on Tuesday after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued new threats to launch a ground operation “soon” against Kurdish fighters despite calls for de-escalation from Washington and Moscow.
Ankara launched a series of air strikes in Operation Claw-Sword on Sunday – hitting dozens of Kurdish targets across Iraq and Syria – and announcing that its military was once again “on top of the terrorists”.
The air raids followed a bombing in Istanbul on Sunday that killed six people and wounded 81.
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