A spokesman for the Turkish foreign ministry, Tanju Bilgiç, informed Iraq that Turkey would continue airstrikes on Kurdistan Workers Party (P.K.K.) targets in northern Iraq. It was not revealed if Turkey would inform Iraq of its operations prior to launching them.
At least 120 were killed and 22 more were wounded:
Two soldiers were killed and four were wounded during clashes in Garma. The extent of casualties among the militants was not reported.
In Mosul, seventeen militants were killed in clashes with tribe members of the Albu Mteot clan. The executions of four tribe members ignited the clashes. Three professors were also executed. Another 27 people were executed in the Hadher district. An airstrike left nine militants dead.
Twelve militants were killed in Husayba.
Eleven militants were killed in an airstrike on Harden village.
An Iraqi airstrike on militant targets in Rutba killed 10 militants and wounded 16 others.
Airstrikes on the Jaber Bin Hayan facility near Mosul left seven militants dead.
In Albu Aitha, six militants were killed, including two commanders.
Five militants were killed in Makhmour.
In Tal Afar, four militants were killed in a strike.
Federal police killed a sniper in Tel Msheihda.
A number of militants were killed in Amiriyat al-Falluja.