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Iraqi Kurdish President: PKK presence in region ‘unlawful’

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The presence of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party’s (PKK) in Iraqi Kurdistan is “unlawful”, the Iraqi Kurdistan presidency said in a statement on Sunday. “The Presidency of the Republic is following the alarming developments in the Kurdistan Region, and condemns the attack on a Peshmerga force in Dohuk Governorate on the morning of Saturday, June 5, 2021, in which a number of martyrs and wounded were killed,” the statement read. The PKK is an armed group designated as a terrorist organization by Ankara that has led a four-decade insurgency for Kurdish self-rule in Turkey. “Iraq will not allow its territory to be used…

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