Turkish Army discovers cemetery of hundreds of Kurdish People's Protection Units fighters in Afrin

تحرير عبيدة النبواني | ترجمة محمد غيث | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 21 مارس، 2018 2:34:28 م خبر عسكري معركة عفرين

 

Aleppo, SMART

On Wednesday, The Turkish army announced finding a cemetery containing hundreds of elements of the "People's Protection Units" while screening the city of Afrin, 43 kilometers north of Aleppo in Northern Syria. 

The Turkish news agency "Anadolu" reported security sources, saying that the cemetery is new and included the bodies of hundreds of the YPG fighters, who killed during the Olive Branch Battle.

Anadolu agency news also published photographs showing dozens of graves with images of elements of the People's Protection Units and Kurdish Women's Protection Units, on the outskirts of or around the city of Afrin, but the agency did not specify the location of the cemetery completely.

On Sunday, Free Syrian Army(FSA) factions seized entire Afrin city after the YPG fighters withdrew. The factions advanced and gained control of Nahiyat Mou;aitali and the villages in Northern Afrin.

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