Turkish warplanes attack multiple sites in Dohuk, N. Iraq

TEHRAN, Feb. 25 (MNA) – For the second consecutive day, Turkish warplanes attacked multiple sites in Dohuk, the capital of the Duhok Governorate in Iraq's Kurdistan Region.

On Wednesday, a member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Ali Warhan, reported that Turkish warplanes bombed multiple areas in Dohuk governorate for the second day in a row.

The sources said that "Turkish warplanes bombed Bazri and Barwari Bala, areas overlooking Qandil Mountain in the border between Iraq and Turkey."

He added, "The planes also bombed other villages in the Kani Masi district in Amadiyah, which resulted in the injury of a citizen working as a farmer, and large fires in the citizens' farms."

Warhan pointed out that "the continuing bombing in several places caused panic, and caused the displacement of dozens of families to the Amadiyah district and Kani Masi district.

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