BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:50 A.M.) – Over 2,600 fighters from the Kurdish-led YPG and so-called Islamic State (ISIS) have been killed in the Afrin region of northern Aleppo since January 20th, the Turkish General Staff reported on Sunday morning.

According to the General Staff, the Turkish Armed Forces and their rebel allies have “neutralized a total of 2,612 PKK/KCK/PYD-YPG and Daesh terrorists” in the Afrin region.

Despite supporting UN Resolution 2401, the Turkish regime does not believe the 30 day ceasefire should halt their operations in Afrin, as they claim their forces are fighting ‘terrorists.’

While they claim their forces have killed a large number of ISIS militants in Afrin, the terrorist group does not actually have a presence in this region or any part of the Aleppo Governorate.

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miltiades
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confession of genocide killers

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Stern Daler

What a pity that Turkey is not in the ICC.

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Isis? lol

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All non Turks are IS to him.

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The UNSC terrorist list is the only the relevant, Erdolf must learn t0 read: . Truce “for at least 30 consecutive days throughout Syria” “the cessation of hostilities shall not apply to military operations against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as Da’esh), Al Qaeda and Al Nusra Front (ANF), and all other individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with Al Qae da or ISIL, and other terrorist groups, as designated by the Security Council; ”

p.s. Turkey is not in the ICC. What a pity.

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THEY ARE JUST COUNTING THE TERRORIST FORCES NURTERED AND EMPLOYED BY ERDOG FOR THE OPERATION OLIVE t**d IN WHILST HIDING THEIR OWN LOSSES. So, as they claim to have everything ‘under control’: AFRIN Sunday, 4 Mar 2018, 12:44 According to reports from the ground, the Turkish army is carrying out the most intensified attacks of the past 44 days in the ongoing attempt to invade Afrin Canton of Northern Syria. The invading Turkish army and allied gangs are ceaselessly bombarding Shiye district and surroundings, Jindires district and villages, Rajo district, Shera district and the area between Shera and Bilbile districts.… Read more »