The targeting of PKK positions is the first such bombardment since the start of the Kurdish peace process at the beginning of 2013.
October 14 2014 Fevzi Kızılkoyun - hurriyetdailynews.com
Ankara - Turkish fighter jets have bombarded positions of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) following militant attacks on military outposts in southeastern Turkey, in a first since the start of the peace process.
The Turkish General Staff ordered the bombing of the PKK’s positions in the Dağlıca district the southeastern Hakkari province late Oct. 13, Hürriyet has learned. The bombarded targets had reportedly been involved in “assassination, armed incidents and attacks on security bases” after last week’s nationwide protests.