At least three civilian men were killed in alleged Turkish airstrikes targeting the Kurdish district of Amadiyah, Dohuk. No sources mentioned the number of wounded.
Several sources identified three victims by name. Ramadan Rikani, a local official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) added that the victims were “sons of one village, two of them Peshmerga and the other of our party cadres, were in the village raising their livestock.”
The strikes reportedly targeted the Qadash complex of Amadiyah district the night between November 14 and 15.
Families of the three civilians allegedly found their bodies when they went out to work in beekeeping in the morning.
NRT reported that “It is worth mentioning that the Turkish warplanes bombed from time to time sites and areas in the north of Kurdistan region, especially around the area of Bradust and Amadiyah and the foothills of the Qandil mountains, which have targets belonging to the PKK.”
All know sources pointed to Turkey as the culprit.
The incident occured during the night.
- Ramzan Ahmed Age unknown male killed
- Delvan Saleh Age unknown male killed
- Ismail Hassan Age unknown male killed
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Reports of the incident mention the town of Amadiyah (عمادية), for which the generic coordinates are: 37.092003, 43.486966. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.