Turkish Planes Launch Two Raids Near a Village in Aqra District of Dohuk
Turkish warplanes launched two consecutive raids, near the village of Membri in dinara district of Aqra district in Dohuk province.
At 14:27 and 14:45, Turkish warplanes bombed an area 2 km from the populated village of Membri, the director of Dinart district, Shaban Barwari, told Rudaw media network.
On the damage, the district manager noted that the shelling did not cause any casualties, but that it caused panic among residents due to the violent banging of the two raids.
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