TEHRAN (defapress)- The Turkish Army and their allied militants attacked the Kurdish fighters' military positions in Northern Aleppo as Ankara dispatched reinforcement troops to borders with Syria, media reports said.
News ID: 76796
Publish Date: 13April 2019 - 15:10
The Turkish Army's artillery units pounded the Kurdish fighters' military positions in the village of al-Bawihaj in Eastern al-Bab in Northern Aleppo, the Kurdish-language Hawar News website reported.
The Kurdish media outlet noted that fierce clashes are currently underway between the Turkish Army troops and the forces of al-Bab Military Council in al-Bawihaj village.
In the meantime, the Turkish sources reported on Friday that the Turkish Army has sent several more Commando forces to Hatay region near the borderline with Syria.
On April 3, media reports said that clashes between the Kurdish fighters and Ankara-backed terrorists had resumed in Northeastern Aleppo.
Hawar News reported that heavy clashes had erupted between the 'al-Bab Military Council' militants and terrorists affiliated to the Turkish army in the villages near the town of al-Arimeh in the Eastern part of the town of al-Bab in Northeastern Aleppo.
It added that the Ankara-backed terrorists had targeted the Kurds' positions in the villages of Tal Turin and al-Bawihaj from the village of al-Kuridiyeh.
According to Hawar News, at least 3 Ankara-supported militants were killed during the operations by the so-called 'Afrin Liberation' forces against the Ankara-supported militants in the town of Mar'e in Northern Aleppo.