Afrin, Syria, Mar. 19, 2018. A man carries an injured child. Several landmines explode after being planted by the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) before they withdrew from the city of Afrin, Northwestern Aleppo, Northern Syria. The landmines killed and injured more than 11 civilians. Three Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters were also killed, and others were wounded, while four residential buildings were destroyed. Landmines regularly explode as FSA fighters from the Olive Branch factions sweep neighborhoods looking for mines and YPG fighters after gaining control of more areas in Afrin. Ten FSA fighters have been killed and 15 have been injured during the sweeps.