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The state Department condemned the terrorist attack in Syria

The U.S. state Department condemned the terrorist attack in Syria and called for a political settlement in the country.

The Syrian newspaper Al-Watan reported that at least three people were killed in the explosion of a car bomb in tel-the Khalaf. Later, the defense Ministry of Turkey reported five dead and 12 wounded in the terrorist attack using an explosive device in the settlement of tell Halaf near the town of RAS al-ain in the province of hasakah in Northern Syria.

In Syria, five people were killed in a car bombing

The defense Ministry of Turkey reported five dead and 12 wounded in the terrorist attack using an explosive device in the settlement of tell Halaf near the town of RAS al-ain in the province of hasakah in Northern Syria, placing the responsibility for the blast on the outlawed Turkey Kurdistan workers ' party (PKK) and related self-defense forces of Syrian Kurds (YPG).

Earlier, Syrian newspaper Al-Watan reported that at least three people were killed in the explosion of a car bomb in tel-the Khalaf.

Turkey has sent additional special forces to Northern Iraq

The President of Turkey announced the additional special forces to Northern Iraq, where the Turkish army conducts operations Pence-Kaplan (tiger's Claw) against the outlawed Turkey Kurdistan workers ' party (PKK).

"It's hard to be a riot... In the heart of the homeland and love for the people, on the back of the cargo to 40 pounds... Our heroes commandos last night crossed the border to join the operation "tiger Claw" - said in a Twitter office.

Turkey launched a new operation against the Kurds in Iraq

The Turkish Ministry of defense announced the launch of a new operation "tiger Claw" against the country banned the Kurdistan workers ' party (PKK) on Iraqi territory in the region Haftanin, reports Anadolu news Agency.

The Ministry said that Turkish troops had entered the area Haftanin for the operation to "neutralize the PKK and other terrorist elements that threaten the security of the Turkish people and borders."

The Arab League condemned the military operation of Turkey in Iraq

The military operation that Turkey had undertaken in the North of Iraq under the pretext of fighting the Kurdistan workers ' party (PKK), violates Iraq's sovereignty and in contravention of international law, said in a Monday statement, the press service of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States (LAS).

"The Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Abu al-Gheit condemned the military operation that Turkey had undertaken in the North of Iraq under the pretext of pursuing members of the PKK and reiterated that the Turkish military intervention constituted a violation of Iraq's sovereignty,” - said the press service. The statement stressed that the Turkish operation is carried out without coordination with the government in Baghdad, thereby Ankara shows

Turkey launched a new operation against the Kurds in Iraq

Turkish armed forces on Sunday launched an operation "paw of the eagle" against members of the country banned the Kurdistan workers ' party (PKK) in Northern Iraq, reports TRT.

"Operation "paw of the eagle" began. Our planes bring down the cave on the heads of terrorists", — quotes the channel of a statement by the Turkish defense Ministry in its Twitter account.

Erdogan has accused the PKK of involvement in the unrest in the United States

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed by phone with his American counterpart Donald trump the unrest in the United States, saying that the organizers can have links to the Kurdistan workers ' party and the self-defense forces of Syrian Kurds (PKK/YPG), said the administration of the President of Turkey

"Today, a telephone conversation between our President and President Donald trump. Our President shared with his companion fears that the elements behind the violence and looting in the US, have ties with the terrorist organization PKK/YPG, which is active in Northern Syria," the statement reads.