More Turkey-Backed Militants Killed in Clashes with Kurds in Northern Syria
A number of Ankara-backed militants were killed in two separate attacks by the Kurdish militias in Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo, field sources reported on Friday.
The sources said that the Kurdish militias attacked Ahrar al-Sham along a road to the village of Qazaviyeh in Jandaris region, killing and wounding five Ankara-backed militants and destroying their vehicles.
In the meantime, other units of the Kurdish militia ambushed militants of Liwa al-Waqaz on a road to the village of Hikajah in Shih region, killing two Ankara-backed gunmen and seizing their weapons.
Sporadic clashes are still underway between the Kurds and Ankara forces months after occupation of Afrin by the Turkish Army.
On Tuesday, the Ankara-backed militants looted a warehouse of a privately-owned Auto spare parts company in the Old Neighborhood in the town of Afrin.
The militants stole the entire spare parts from a warehouse in the Old Neighborhood of Afrin, and then smuggled them to an unknown place.
In the meantime, members of Sultan Murad terrorist group cut power cables near Nirouz Square in Central Afrin.
Brutalities and looting people’s assets by the Ankara forces and allied militants have enraged civilians in the region.