In this video from Istanbul, Turkey, ’19th March of 2005, ten thousands of people said NO to occupation in Iraq. No war!!!’
From the World Socialist Web Site:
Bush gives green light for Turkey to attack PKK in Iraq
Historical, political issues in the Turkish-Kurd conflict
By the editorial board
10 November 2007
US President George W. Bush and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed on November 5 in Washington to commit a further crime in sorely afflicted Iraq. With logistic support from the US, the Turkish army will move against members of the PKK (Kurdish Worker’s Party), which is hiding out in the Qadil mountains of northern Iraq.
Bush promised Erdogan that Turkey would be furnished with US intelligence on the camps and movements of the PKK. The Turkish press reported this as a “green light for military strikes,” and following his meeting with Bush, Erdogan announced that operations would be launched against PKK positions in Iraq.
See also here.
Kurdish leaders celebrate Belgian court’s ruling that the PKK is not a terrorist organisation: here.