The Turkish army once again targeted districts in northern Iraq on Tuesday night.

Iran PressMiddle East: In recent years, Turkey has repeatedly invaded Iraqi territory under the pretext of suppressing elements of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) of this country.

These aggressions have faced a strong reaction from the government of Iraq and other countries of the world.

The Iraqi Sumeria News channel announced on Tuesday night that the Turkish army has targeted the outskirts of a village near Amedi city in the Dohuk province of northern Iraq.

The Turkish army also targeted a tourist center in Dohuk province last Wednesday, killing at least 9 civilians and injuring 23 others.

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi condemned this attack and emphasized that this country reserves its full right to respond to Turkish aggression. 219

Read More:

Rockets target Turkish military base in northern Iraq