Syria’s Kurdish militia says it has repelled Turkish troops and their allies from villages they seized through the Turkey-backed offensive towards the enclave.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated on Monday that the U.S.-backed Kurdish militia has waged a ferocious counteroffensive, repelling Turkish troops and allied Syrian fighters from two villages they briefly captured
The Observatory says Turkey-backed troops opened two new fronts on the third day of the offensive, trying as soon as once more to enter Afrin in northwestern Syria.
The Kurdish militia, often known as Individuals’s Protection Models or YPG, says it is clashing with the Turkish troops northwest of Afrin.
Turkey considers the YPG a terror group due to its affiliation to its personal Kurdish insurgency. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has promised to broaden the operation.
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