The Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) of Iran has announced that its forces killed nine members of two terror teams in the north-western border city of Oshnavieh on June 15.
An IRGC statement read that the killed people in both terror teams were members of the Society of Revolutionary Toilers of Iranian Kurdistan (KOMALA) and crossed into the country for terror attacks and causing insecurity, Fars news agency reported June 16.
Two IRGC members were killed in the clashes with the terrorists, according to the report.
Earlier on June 13, the IRGC said that five members of the PJAK (Party for a Free Life in Kurdistan) terrorist group, including the group’s regional commander, were killed by the security forces in north-western Iran.
According to the report, the PJAK members had earlier conducted assaults against the people in the region, going as far as killing three members of the local Basij forces (militia).