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    Injured and 32 soldiers killed near Iraq

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    Post by rocky Sat 10 Nov 2018, 2:39 am

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    announced that the Turkish Ministry of Defense , said 25 Turkish soldiers at least were wounded , and the loss of the impact of seven, after an artillery shell exploded accidentally at the base of the Turkish army in the province of Hakkari in the southeast of the country, according to the authorities. 

    The ministry said the blast occurred during the "launch of ammunition of heavy caliber" at the base of Songo Tepe near the Turkish border with Iraq and Iran . 

    Twenty-five soldiers were taken to hospital, but officials gave no details on the nature of their injuries


    "Seven soldiers are still missing and an investigation has been opened," it said. 

    In a preliminary statement, Hakkari provincial administration said a "defective" shell exploded during artillery fire. 

    "It is an explosion inside an ammunition depot," she said in a statement. 

    The statement pointed out that the governor of the province Idriss Ibeike visited the injured soldiers in the hospital. 

    In an indication of the seriousness of what happened, Defense Minister Khulosi Akar and Chief of Staff Yasar Guler went to Hakkari, the largest city in the province of the same name. 

    The base, where the explosion took place, is located in a remote and difficult mountainous area and is the scene of regular skirmishes between the Turkish armed forces and PKK elements near the Iraqi border. 

    According to Turkish media, the wounded soldiers were transported by helicopters to the cities of Hakkari and Uksikova.




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