Turkey publishes pictures of two PKK weapons raids in northern Iraq

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On Wednesday, the Turkish Ministry of Defense published pictures of two caves used by the terrorist PKK organization as a weapons depot in northern Iraq.

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The ministry said in a statement that the Turkish forces found the two caves while combing the area as part of the “claw-lock” operation.

The Turkish forces found 359 light weapons and hundreds of ammunition inside the two caves in the areas of Zab and Afshin.

On April 18, Turkey launched Operation Claw-Lock against the strongholds of the PKK terrorist organization in the areas of Matina, Zab, and Afshin-Basian in northern Iraq.

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Turkey is carrying out operations to combat the “PKK”, which targets its forces and citizens, and is active in several countries in the region, including Syria, Iraq and Iran.