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Iraq's president will summon the Turkish ambassador over airstrikes in Iraq's Kurdish region

  • Several members of the Iraqi security forces were killed in a drone strike on a small airport in the Kurdistan region, prompting Iraqi President Abdul Latif Rashid to summon Turkey's ambassador to Iraq and issue a formal letter of protest.
  • The Iraqi counterterrorism service suffered casualties in the attack, while the United States and United Nations missions in Iraq condemned the strike without attributing responsibility. The Turkish foreign ministry hinted at involvement but did not explicitly claim responsibility.
  • Iraq is calling for an end to these violations of its sovereignty, while Turkey maintains that its strikes target Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants.
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