Turkey determined to destroy terrorists near borders, President Erdoğan says

Turkey determined to destroy terrorists near borders, President Erdoğan says

Turkey determined to destroy terrorists near borders, President Erdoğan says

Members of police special forces stand next to their vehicles during a security operation in Diyarbakir, Turkey, November 3, 2017.

It said nine other policemen were wounded during a security operation against the Kurdish group in the city.

Four rocket launchers and 10 hand grenades were also seized during the same operation.

Meanwhile, a police officer was killed and nine others were injured in a raid on a PKK safe house in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır on November 3, the provincial governor's office said. Local resident Zahide Kilinc said she woke up to the sounds of gunfire around 6:00 AM and saw officers open fire on a flat nearby.

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Turkey is determined to destroy all terrorist targets near its borders if the countries harboring the terrorists fail to do so, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Friday, as he pledged to wipe terrorists off the map in the Sinjar and Qandil regions in northern Iraq.

The PKK launched a separatist insurgency in 1984 and more than 40,000 people have been killed in the conflict.

Early on Thursday, Turkish forces killed five Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants in clashes after the militants sought to cross the border into Hakkari province's mountainous Semdinli district, the armed forces said in a statement. It was not possible to independently verify the toll.

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