Separatists’ hideouts in Iraqi Kurdistan pounded

In Altun Kupri, which is located between the two Iraqi provinces of Erbil and Kirkuk, two drones and one missile targeted a fortress which belonged to armed separatists dubbed “Kurdistan Freedom Party”.

Some Iraqi sources announced that four missiles targeted the hideout on Tuesday.

There are also reports of drone and missile attacks on bastions of the anti-Iran forces in two Iraqi regions of Digleh and Koysinjaq in Erbil province.

A group named combat against terrorism in Iraq’s Kurdistan region claimed that the attack on Altun Kupri was conducted by Iran, which targeted the headquarters of the Kurdistan Freedom Party, adding that the death toll of the attack is not yet clear.

The so-called Syrian Democratic Forces declared that Turkey pounded two centers of the SDF and the international allied forces in Al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria.

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) conducted missile and drone attacks on strongholds of anti-Iran terrorists in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.

The IRGC Ground Force launched a fresh round of missile and drone attacks on the headquarter of Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan (PDKI) and the Komala Party in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region in the early hours of Monday.

Last week, the IRGC Ground Forces also conducted a big operation by the use of drones and missiles against the terrorist groups in northern Iraq.


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