Siria, respinto attacco Isis, 50 morti

epa06603733 Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army soldiers take control a military training camp from Kurdish Popular Protection Units (YPG) forces in southeast of Afrin, Syria, 14 March 2018. According to media reports, the Turkish army and its allied Syrian militias on 10 March continued to encircle the city of Afrin in the Kurdish-held enclave of the same name in northwest Syrian, taking control of nine towns. The Turkish army on 20 January launched 'Operation Olive Branch' in Syria's northern regions against the Kurdish Popular Protection Units (YPG) forces and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) which control the city of Afrin. Turkey classifies the YPG as a terrorist organization. The Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army is an armed rebel military group that operates in northern Syria and is supported by the Turkish army. EPA/STR

Siria, respinto attacco Isis, 50 morti

Tra le vittime 34 jihadisti e 16 curdi filo-Usa

Un contrattacco fallito dell’Isis nell’est della Siria ha causato almeno 50 morti, di cui 34 jihadisti e 16 membri delle forze curdo-siriane sostenute dalla Coalizione a guida Usa. Lo riferisce l’Osservatorio siriano per i diritti umani. Rami Abdurrahman, il capo dell’ong, ha aggiunto che 21 miliziani dello Stato islamico sono stati catturati.
L’Isis aveva lanciato un attacco nel tentativo di riprendere il villaggio di Baghuz, nella provincia di Dayr az Zor, vicino alla frontiera irachena.

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