Iran strikes Kurdish groups in Iraqi Kurdistan
Iran struck Iranian-Kurdish opposition groups with suicide drones and missiles in Iraqi Kurdistan, killing at least seven and injuring a dozen, Rudaw reported.
Iran has been bombing Kurdish organizations in Iraqi Kurdistan for the last five days since they accuse Kurdish opposition groups of fueling the recent protests in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini.
Iran targeted the Kurdistan Freedom Party (PAK), the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran (KDPI), the Free Life Party of Kurdistan (PJAK), and Komala.
The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) said that missiles and suicide drones were used in the strikes.
PAK suffered several casualties in their base in Sherawa near Pirde according to the party head Hussein Yazdanpanah, he did not specify the number.
Komala camps in Sulaimani province and the KDPI headquarters in Koya have been targeted. The Twitter account of KDPI said: “The terrorist regime of Iran has attacked the headquarters of our party in Koya.”
The Health Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Saman Barzinji said that at least seven people died with four in Koya and three in Pirde, and 24 were wounded.