Turkish warplanes once again bombarded the border areas of Duhok province on Wednesday, according to basnews.com.
The airstrikes targeted the vicinity of Bakirman village near Akre district, a local official told Kurdistan 24.
No casualties or serious damages to resident’s properties were reported, the official said, noting that, however, the bombardment caused panic among the villagers.
Turkey often attacks the border areas of Kurdistan Region, allegedly targeting the position of Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has repeatedly called on both Turkey and PKK not to use its territories to settle their disputes as hundreds of its border villages have already been evacuated for Turkey-PKK conflicts.