Turkish army kills seven Kurdish militants in southeast Turkey: media
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ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish forces killed at least 7 members of the outlawed Kurdish PKK militant group in clashes on Sunday in southeast Turkey near its border with Iraq, Turkish media reported.
Two Turkish soldiers were also wounded in the clashes that started after PKK militants opened fire on Turkish soldiers, privately run Dogan news agency reported.
(Reporting by Ece Toksabay; Editing by Louise Ireland)
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