Two Syrian opposition fighters have been martyred and eight others injured in fighting in northern Syria, the Turkish military said Thursday.
The Turkish Armed Forces issued a statement that said the fighters, who are backed by Turkey, were martyred Wednesday but did not specify where the fighting took place. However, Free Syrian Army (FSA) forces have been fighting Daesh around Al-Bab, 38 kilometers (24 miles) northeast of Aleppo.
The military added that 60 Daesh and three PKK/PYD targets were hit in airstrikes, including shelters, defensive positions, command centers, guns and vehicles. Again, it did not give a location.
Source: Yeni Safak
Daesh Doshka launcher Rashid Omar alRashid is prisoner by FSA.
Hit and run battles have taken place since this morning as FSA is as well Daesh as PKK.
FSA freed Musybin-Zamke-Kandarliya-Tarhin.
Kandarliya where FSA dismantled a Daesh car bomb.
Video confirms that FSA took over Bsynin – Kinderlya and Zamke.
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