Turkey has ‘killed 2,000 militants’ at home and abroad
Turkey has carried out attacks on ISIS militants in Syria and on Kurdish militant positions in Turkey and in northern Iraq
Turkey has killed around 2,000 militants in recent operations inside and outside its borders and the operations will continue, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday.
“Now 2,000 terrorists have been killed inside and outside of the country,” Erdogan said in comments broadcast by television station AHaber.
Turkey has carried out attacks on Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants in Syria and also on Kurdish militant positions at home and in northern Iraq.
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