Turkish warplanes bombed camps belonging to the PKK terrorist organization in northern Iraq early on Monday, the army said, following a car bomb attack in Ankara that killed at least 37 people.
Eleven warplanes carried out the strikes on eighteen recently identified targets in the organization's Gara and Qandil camps, including ammunition depots, shelters and other targets have been destroyed, the military said in a statement.
Since the breach of the cease-fire in July 2015, the military has been conducting airstrikes on PKK camps in in Northern Iraq to terminate the threat the militants pose to Turkey.
Security forces have also been continuing their operations in several districts of Turkey.
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