Fresh Clashes Reported among Ankara-Backed Terrorists in Aleppo

13 Turkey-backed terrorists were killed and wounded in two operations launched by the Kurdish fighters against their positions in Northern Aleppo.

The Kurdish-language Hawar news reported on Monday that the Kurds targeted a stronghold of Sultan Mohammed al-Fateh militants in the village of Ra’el in A’azaz region near the borders with Turkey during the ‘Wrath of Olive Operations’ against the Turkish army and its affiliated militias, killing 3 and wounding 5 others.

It added that they also launched an offensive against a checkpoint of the Turkey-backed militants at the entrance of the village of Ra’el, killing 2 and wounding 3 others severely.

In a relevant development on Saturday, a sum of 14 Turkish army men and Ankara-backed militants were killed in the Kurdish militia attacks in occupied Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo, local sources reported.

The sources said that the Kurdish militias attacked the Turkish troops and Ankara-backed militants along the road that connects Tarnadeh district in Central Afrin to al-Maqla’a region near the town of Afrin, killing two militants of Ahrar al-Sham and wounding four others, including two Turkish soldiers.

In the meantime, two Ankara-backed gunmen were killed in an attack in Central Afrin, the sources said, adding that two Turkey-backed militants were killed and four more were wounded in an attack on a group of Turkey-backed military police in Tarnadeh district in Central Afrin.


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