Turkish troops have withdrawn from northern Iraq, after carrying out an offensive against rebels of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
The Turkish military said it was pulling out after realising its goals in the week-long campaign.
Reports spoke of hundreds of lorries carrying Turkish troops from the Iraqi border area.
The Turkish military insisted its withdrawal was not as a result of foreign pressure.
Ankara says the operation targeted bases in Iraq used by the PKK's fighters for attacks across the border.
Turkey says it stands ready to repeat the operation in future.
Turkish casualties during the campaign were the focus of prayers for worshippers in Istanbul.