After Turkish air strike on alleged rebel Kurdish targets

  • Published: Jul 30, 2015
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(August 23, 2011)
1. Large area bombed and rising smoke
2. Smoking debris on the floor
3. Various shots of destroyed building
4. Remove debris
5. Various debris
6. Get out of the telegraph pole with wrecked cables
7. Pan debris
8. Various shots of vehicles carrying people fleeing the area as a result of bombing
9. Off the bombed area and rising smoke
SCENARIO:
The Turkish army said on Tuesday that its air strikes on alleged targets of Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq had killed 90 to 100 guerrillas, and warned that it would continue its offensives against the group, both in Turkey and across the border into Iraq.
In a statement posted on its website, the Turkish Armed Forces also said more than 80 rebels were wounded in six days of cross-border air raids that began Wednesday, a few hours after the killing of eight Turkish soldiers and soldiers. 39, a village guard. in an ambush by members of the PKK (Workers' Party of Kurdistan) near the Iraqi border.
The Turkish Armed Forces have stated that "the north and inland areas of Iraq will be monitored with regard to separatist terrorist activities, and that air and ground operations will continue," he added.
The army said the targets hit included 79 shelters and hideouts, 18 caves, 8 depots, 14 PKK buildings or facilities, an ammunition depot, nine anti-aircraft fire positions and three rebel roadblocks.
The rebels denied any loss, insisting that the areas affected by Turkish warplanes were long-abandoned bases, and on Tuesday the PKK declared that the army's statement that so many rebels would have were killed was an "unfounded fabrication".

After Turkish air strike on alleged rebel Kurdish targets

  • Published: Jul 30, 2015
  • Views: 604

(August 23, 2011)
1. Large area bombed and rising smoke
2. Smoking debris on the floor
3. Various shots of destroyed building
4. Remove debris
5. Various debris
6. Get out of the telegraph pole with wrecked cables
7. Pan debris
8. Various shots of vehicles carrying people fleeing the area as a result of bombing
9. Off the bombed area and rising smoke
SCENARIO:
The Turkish army said on Tuesday that its air strikes on alleged targets of Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq had killed 90 to 100 guerrillas, and warned that it would continue its offensives against the group, both in Turkey and across the border into Iraq.
In a statement posted on its website, the Turkish Armed Forces also said more than 80 rebels were wounded in six days of cross-border air raids that began Wednesday, a few hours after the killing of eight Turkish soldiers and soldiers. 39, a village guard. in an ambush by members of the PKK (Workers' Party of Kurdistan) near the Iraqi border.
The Turkish Armed Forces have stated that "the north and inland areas of Iraq will be monitored with regard to separatist terrorist activities, and that air and ground operations will continue," he added.
The army said the targets hit included 79 shelters and hideouts, 18 caves, 8 depots, 14 PKK buildings or facilities, an ammunition depot, nine anti-aircraft fire positions and three rebel roadblocks.
The rebels denied any loss, insisting that the areas affected by Turkish warplanes were long-abandoned bases, and on Tuesday the PKK declared that the army's statement that so many rebels would have were killed was an "unfounded fabrication".