Fighting continues between YPG and al Nusra Front

9/9/2013 10:20:00
     Fighting continues between YPG and al Nusra Front

Fighting continues between the People’s Protection Units, YPG, and FSA affiliated groups in Kurdish districts in Aleppo. According to reports 42 FSA members have been killed the last couple of days. Yesterday 3 Kurdish civilians were killed by the FSA, and a dozen were injured, including 3 children. At the same time clashes erupted between YPG and the ISIS and the al Nusra Front in the city of Til Ebyed. 7 islamists were killed…a
Fresh reports suggests that the People’s Protection Units, YPG, have gained control over 5 more villages in the strategically important town Til Kocer (Yarubiya) on the Iraqi-Syrian border. Heavy fighting continues since the last couple of days when YPG launched an offensive against the ISIS and the al Nusra Front. In an official statement YPG made it clear that they are pushing for the ”complete liberation of the town within the coming days”.


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