Afrin map update: Swath of lands captured by Turkish-led forces from YPG fighters

Backed by the Syrian rebel faction of “Euphrates shield” the Turkish military continues its “Olive branch” operation, combating the YPG-led SDF forces in northern Syria.
Turkish state media declared on Sunday that several areas were captures from the YPG/PKK in Afrin region.
The Turkish-backed militants were capable to seize the following areas: Juman at Shiran area, Haider – Mamli – Mosaku – Text Raju – Mosiko – Adnan at Rajo District, and Gamelak – Ramadiyah at Gendres area.
Past week, the Turkish army with the backing of “Free Syrian Army” took control over the village of Karmanluk in Shaykh al-Hadid, northwest of Afrin.
“Since the launch of the operation, Turkish military and the FSA liberated 134 locations including three town centers, 102 villages, 22 strategic mountains and hills and one YPG/PKK base” The Anadolu news agency reported.

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