Turkey’s military carried out air strikes in northern Iraq and killed those behind the death of a Turkish diplomat Osman Kose.
The diplomat, 38, and another man were shot dead when a gunman opened fire in a restaurant in the Iraqi Kurdish regional capital, northwest of Irbil.
The first air strike was carried out on Iraq’s Dohuk region on July 18 and the second strike was carried out in the Batufa region on Wednesday.
It was not immediately clear how many people were killed in the air strikes.
According to reports, the planners were killed and two cars were destroyed in the air strikes.
The outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) has led an insurgency against the Turkish state since the 1980s.
The Kurdistan Workers Party has fighters based in northern Iraq, Qandil region, north of Irbil.