U.S. Admits Forces In Iraq Helping Turks
As CBS First Reported The Pentagon Is Spying On Kurdish Terrorists
(CBS) The U.S. acknowledged Wednesday it has undertaken military moves against Kurdish rebels in Iraq after asserting for weeks that their strikes in Turkey were a diplomatic matter.
But the U.S. commander in northern Iraq, Army Maj. Gen. Benjamin Mixon, told Martin that he planned to do “absolutely nothing” to counter Kurdish rebels operating from the region.