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Airstrikes helped Kurdish forces stop extremists threatening the capital of the Kurdish autonomous zone, Erbil, in August.
What he is aiming at is not so difficult to see: If a no-fly buffer zone along the border with Syria, this will help Ankara to take control of the three Kurdish autonomous zones and stop them from further inspiring Turkey's Kurds toward autonomy and also stop the PKK from having bases there.
Shearer reported that a large number of people were moving towards safety along a route to north of Iraq in Kurdish autonomous zone.
During the war, the Americans also managed to secure a commitment from their Iraqi Kurdish allies to reign in returning Kurds, and prevent the forced displacement of ethnic Arabs from town just south of the Kurdish Autonomous Zone (towns such as Kirkuk, Mosul, Makhmour, and Khanequin).
In northern Iraq, the US airdrop into the Kurdish autonomous zone was the first large coalition ground force in the region.
They think that once the Turkish military goes into Syria, the Kurdish autonomous zone in that country will be threatened by the Turkish military.
Milliyet's Sami Kohen writes that Turkey has made a great change in its policy for Northern Iraq, as it strongly opposed the establishment of a Kurdish autonomous zone there a few years ago.