Turkey has expressed regret over the deaths of 35 civilians in an air strike near the border with Iraq.
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan says the attack near a Kurdish village was "unfortunate and saddening".
President Abdullah Gul also expressed condolences over the incident.
The attack by F-16 jets on Wednesday night took place near the town of Uludere, in Sirnak province in south-eastern Turkey.
Mr Erdogan said it had been established after the raid that those killed were smugglers, not rebels.
The BBC reports an official investigation is underway.