BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:25 A.M.) – The Iraqi government has implemented a no-fly zone over Iraqi Kurdistan, today, following the latter’s recent independence referendum.

According to statement released by the Iraqi government, a no-fly zone is in effect over the KRG (Kurdistan Regional Government) controlled areas of northern Iraq.

In particular, the Iraq government’s no-fly zone covers the three KRG controlled provinces of Suleimaniyeh, Erbil, and Dohuk – the Kirkuk Governorate was not mentioned.

The Iraqi Air Defense has been given the green light to shoot down any aircraft that is flying over this region without permission.

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Is this linked to Turkish threats and the numerous violations of airspace they did?

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