Turkey Withdraws Soldiers from Iraq A few hundred soldiers have returned home. The troops were on a search-and-destroy mission aimed at the Kurdish separatist group, the PKK.
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Turkey Withdraws Soldiers from Iraq

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Turkey Withdraws Soldiers from Iraq

Turkey Withdraws Soldiers from Iraq

Turkey Withdraws Soldiers from Iraq

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Turkey has withdrawn the few hundred soldiers that were sent into northern Iraq. The troops were on a search-and-destroy mission aimed at the Kurdish separatist group, the PKK. Alex Chadwick talks to Ivan Watson in Istanbul.