Monday, October 3, 2016
Latest developments in northern Syria – the race for Al-Bab and the debacle of ”Euphrates Shield” [Map included]
By Aram Mirzaei
Since the onset of the Turkish invasion of northern Syria back in August of 2016, Turkish-backed Jihadists managed to capture a host of villages and towns from both the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), and the US-backed “Syrian Democratic Forces” (SDF). Within weeks, a total of 900 square kilometres had been captured by the Turkish-backed Jihadist operations room, also called “Euphrates shield”.
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