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Turkish warplanes bombard village north of Dohuk

Archival photo.
Archival photo.

(IraqiNews.com) Dohuk – A local source in Dohuk province said on Thursday, that Turkish warplanes attacked a village near the district of Zakho, while stressed that the villagers were forced to leave their homes for fear of being targeted.

The source reported for IraqiNews.com, “Turkish warplanes launched, at noon today, an attack on the area surrounding the village of Senava southeast of the city of Zakho north of Dohuk,” noting that, “The attack resulted in inflicting material losses.”

The source added, “The bombardment lasted for more than half an hour and the villagers were forced to leave their homes for fear of being targeted.”



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