Syria: Over 300 Turkish soldiers and allied militants killed in clashes with Kurds in northern Syria
More than 300 Turkish army men and Ankara-backed militants have been killed in clashes with the Kurdish fighters in Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo in the last 4 days, a media outlet reported on Saturday.
The Kurdish-language Hawar news reported that at least 313 Turkish soldiers and Ankara-backed militants have been killed within the framework of Operation Olive Branch against the Kurdish militias in Jandaris region in the last 4 days.
It further said that the Turkish army and their allied militant groups have suffered heavy casualties in clashes with Kurds near the town of Afrin, Shera, Jandaris and Bolboleh regions.
A media outlet reported on Friday that the army troops and Free Syrian Army (FSA) captured another village in Syria’s Northwestern Afrin and took control of a strategic dam.