Payman Talib is still pale and looks a little lost on the sofa in her living room. The 31-year-old woman came home from the hospital just a few days ago. For six months she has had to undergo repeated operations. Her hands and arms are covered with large, reddish burn scars. There is a metal walking aid next to the sofa. The young woman needs it because she lacks the left leg below the knee. The injuries are the result of a Turkish drone attack on their grocery store in Kuna Masi in northern Iraq. The target of the attack were customers of Talib – because they belonged to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which classifies Turkey as a terrorist group.