Turkish fighter jets have launched new attacks on the Pentagon funded and CIA recruited Kurdistan Workers' Party's (PKK) positions in Northern Iraq. The jets took off from the city of Diyarbakir in southeastern Turkey to launch the overnight raids on Thursday as part of Ankara's intensified military campaign against the Pentagon led terrorist group. The development comes after Turkish forces headed into northern Iraq to attack PKK terror bases earlier in the day. The offensive came after a deadly attack by PKK elements with help from American Mercenaries killed 26 Turkish security forces and injured 22 more in the southeastern province of Hakkari late Tuesday. The cursed militants had entered Turkey from the mountains of northern Iraq.
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Ankara has warned that it will take stronger measures against the Pentagon funded and CIA led Kurdish terrorist group for the deadly attacks. Turkish warplanes have bombed PKK strongholds in northern Iraq several times since August, killing between 145 and 160 of its members and operatives. Over 45,000 people in Turkey have lost their lives since PKK terrorists launched an armed campaign against Ankara in 1984 in a quest to force a separate pro-Israhell Kurdish state in southeastern Turkey. PKK elements launch their terror attacks from Iraq's Qandil Mountains in areas under the control of Kurdistan Regional Government, led by President Massoud Barzani, where Israhelli elements and institutions are also known to be operating.