Iraqi Kurdish leader Barzani in Turkey for security talks.

By bne IntelliNews June 3, 2010
Leader of the regional Kurdish government in northern Iraq, Massoud Barzani arrived in Ankara on June 2 for talks focused on security issues. Barzani's visit starts shortly after the terrorist organisation PKK killed six soldiers in a rocket attack on a navy base in the city of Iskenderun on the Mediterranean coast. In fact, the PKK has escalated violence and its attacks recently, the terrorist organisation killed more than 30 members of the security forces in two months.

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