Turkish jets return to Diyarbakir base after hitting PKK targets in Iraq
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Turkey's air raids on Kurdish PKK targets 'a complication'

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has ruled out the deployment of ground forces to Syria to fight Islamic State militants.

Speaking to Turkish media, he said the decision to launch air strikes against Islamic State (IS) positions close to the border could "change the game".

As well as bombing IS targets, Turkish fighter jets have bombed Kurdish PKK camps in northern Iraq.

Mark Lowen reports from Istanbul.

  • 27 Jul 2015
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