More Turkish airstrikes into northern Iraq:
Turkish warplanes and artillery units bombed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) positions in villages near Amadi in Iraq’s Duhuk Province, a provincial security official told CNN.
The official said the Turkish military operation started at 5:30 p.m. and lasted an hour and a half. There were no reports of casualties.
Turkey said it was the sixth time in the past week it attacked the PKK in response to clashes that left at least 15 Turkish troops dead in the Turkey-Iraq border region last weekend.
I searched but couldn’t find any complaints or protests registered by the Iraqi government, or even by the Kurds. It seems Ankara and Baghdad and Mosul have reached some kind of accommodation in dealing with the PKK.