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    Turkish army says the number of soldiers killed in Afrin Syrian

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    Turkish army says the number of soldiers killed in Afrin Syrian Empty Turkish army says the number of soldiers killed in Afrin Syrian

    Post by Rocky Fri 02 Mar 2018, 2:31 am

    Turkish army says the number of soldiers killed in Afrin Syrian
    Turkish army says the number of soldiers killed in Afrin Syrian Irq_41610890_1519976880
    The Turkish army announced the killing of eight of its soldiers in clashes in the city of Afrin in northern Syria.
    And 13 others were injured during the clashes, as part of Operation "olive branch" initiated by Turkey in January.
    Many of the wounded are reported to be in critical condition.
    According to Turkish sources, the army managed to kill "dozens of terrorists" in violent clashes in one of the strategic hills in Afrin.
    Turkey is waging its military operation against the Kurdish people's protection units, which have controlled Afrin for years.
    More than 40 Turkish soldiers are believed to have been killed since the operation began.
    Turkey sees the Kurdish people's protection units as linked to the PKK, which it classifies as a "terrorist" organization.
    According to state media in Turkey, the army has controlled "115 strategic points" since the operation began.
    The Kurds have controlled large areas of Afrin since the withdrawal of Syrian government forces in 2012.
    The United States cooperates with the Kurdish militia in its campaign against Syria, providing arms and training, which angered Turkey.
    Ankara accuses the Kurds in Syria of seeking to establish an independent entity in the north of the country, which will serve as a rear base for PKK rebels


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