A group of PKK terrorists launched a terror attack on Thursday in the Lice district in Turkey’s southeastern Diyarbakir province. The attack killed a soldier and injured two others.
The militants blocked a highway in the Fisovasi region and stopped vehicles for the identification of citizens until the soldiers arrived in the region.
Two soldiers that were attacked by militants with missiles and long barreled weapons were injured and taken to the hospital, while an extensive operation was launched by the army.
Meanwhile, militants bombed a highway in the Dicle district of Diyarbakir province while a military vehicle was passing.
There was no damage reported on the vehicle but the road was damaged.
PKK terrorists injure four police officers in Sirnak
Another terror attack launched by PKK terrorists took place in Turkey’s southeastern Sirnak province on Thursday.
Militants used a remote control to detonate a police vehicle which was carrying officers that were called to the scene of a denouncement.
The officers received a denouncement dispatching them to a fire on the highway, where militants set flame to a hijacked 18-wheeler.
Four civilians have also been killed by PKK terrorists in Cizre district of Sirnak and eastern Erzincan province, including a seven-year-old boy.
The PKK has killed more than 60 security officers and civilians since July 11, the date its umbrella organisation, Group of Communities (KCK) announced that the truce was over and a new war had started, saying “hell must be raised and the earth must be shaken.”
The PKK is recognised as a terrorist organisation by Turkey as well as NATO, the US and EU.