BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:15 A.M.) – The Turkish-backed rebels managed to take control of an imperative military camp that is located in the Afrin region of Aleppo this week, forcing the YPG to retreat further towards the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) front-lines.

Led by the Free Syrian Army (FSA), the Turkish-backed rebels took control of the Omaratli Military Camp near the Aleppo-Turkey border after a fierce battle with the YPG forces.

Below is a video of the Free Syrian Army capturing this site:

As a result of this advance, the Turkish-backed rebels now control more than 20 percent of the Afrin region after a month of being on the offensive.

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