Ankara: Turkey's military says at least 45 Kurdish rebels were killed in the air strikes it conducted in northern Iraq following the suicide car bombing in Ankara.
The blast in Ankara killed 37 people. AFP
Turkish F-16 and F4 jets raided Kurdistan Workers Party or PKK, positions across the border in Iraq yesterday, a day after the attack which killed 37 people. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu says authorities are "almost certain" that the attack was the work of the PKK.
A military statement today said the air strikes killed 45 PKK rebels and destroyed two arms depots and two rocket launcher positions.
The military claim could not immediately be verified.