The Kurdish PKK forces have been having a rough time lately, helping their allies in Syria and Iraq try and push back agains the advance of ISIS. So it's a good thing they know how to have fun with goats.
The PKK, or Kurdistan's Workers' Party, is working with the Peshmerga, Kurdish fighters in Iraq and Syria, to defend their territory from the advances of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, as well as other militant groups. The PKK was listed as a terrorist organization by NATO, the U.S., and E.U., following the group's armed struggle against the Turkish state from 1984 to 2013.
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