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Dohuk - Iraq Press - May 13 / May: Turkish warplanes bombed on Friday, several belonging tothe Kurdish rebel positions in the "Naheel" area inthe district of Amadiyah , Dohuk governorate, at atime when PKK rebels claimed responsibility for shooting down a Turkish helicopter.
Witnesses from the village to spend the Amadiyah said to the reporter / Iraq Press /, that "Turkish jets bombed rebel positions this afternoon in the " گیrzana "area , about 1 km from the village , " Srگla. "
The witnesses added that " the status of the shelling caused panic among the villagers mentioned due tothe proximity of the bombing sites," explaining that "nearly four Turkish fighter jets flew at low altitude in the atmosphere of that region."
The Turkish shelling came hours after the presidency of the Turkish General Staff, killing six soldiers and wounding eight others in clashes with the PKK in Hakkari , Turkey , Kurdistan.
And the adoption of rebels from the Kurdistan Workers ' Party, on Friday, dropping the Turkish army military helicopter in thetown of "Julmirگ" Kurdistan Turkey.
He said Bakhtiar Dogan Media PDF administrator ( the armed wing of the PKK) in an interview, " The PKK fighters were able to shoot down a Turkish military helicopter during clashes with Turkish troops Friday morning in the village , " Ashot ".
He said Dogan, said that " the clashes between the PKK and Turkish forces in the village , " Ashot "of the town Julmirگ, thatalso killed a large number of elements of the Turkish forces."
The Turkish General Staff announced that the presidency earlier in the day, killed six soldiers and wounded eight others in clashes with the PKK in Hakkari , Turkey , Kurdistan, as revealed for the killing of two Turkish pilots by the fall of the Turkish military helicopter in the area.
A statement issued by the Presidency of the Turkish General Staff, said that the clash broke out with PKK fighters, exactly 4:50 am on Friday morning , local time, near the "Cegla" military base, south of Hakkari, which led to the deaths of six soldiers, and the wounding of eight others.
The statement added that the pilots were killed, after the fall of the military from their helicopter model "Cobra", which was headed to the region to deal with the clashes. Q ended