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‘Five prisoners have escaped from Syria after the air strike in Turkey’

In the north-east of Syria, on Friday, five inmates have escaped after a Turkish air strike, says a spokesperson for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) is on Twitter.

The prisoners could have escaped from a prison in the city of Kamishli near the Turkish border.

Spokesperson for Badran Jia Kurd from the POSITION where the Kurdish YPG militia, the greater part of it, had warned earlier that the council for defence, it would weaken due to the Turkish invasion.

Earlier in the day, the female WAS his security camp in the north-east of Syria have been attacked by them, writes Reuters. There would be more than 68.000 people, which keep in mind, since it IS out of the region, and was driven away.

In the United States, the past few days, a few prisoners out of Syria, out of fear that they have the anxiety to escape from it. It is not clear where the prisoners go to them. According to the U.s. president and Donald Trump, they are in a “through the US-controlled location to be transported.

Footage of the moment a prison in the Qamishli was hit by Turkish artillery fire. 5 ISIS fighters have escaped from the prison #Syria #Turkey

AvatarAuteurConflictsWMoment of plaatsen17:35 – October 11, 2019

Turkish armed forces have carried out new air strikes, of

The Turkish military targeted the Kurdish YPG militia in the night of Thursday to Friday, and again with air strikes and artilleriebeschietingen. It came, according to the capital, Ankara, And 49 of Kurdish fighters killed. The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, wants to be a ‘safe harbour’, creating a buffer against ‘terrorism’.

An estimated there are twelve thousand putative IS-men-in-seven of the prisons used by the Kurdish forces, can be controlled. That is, prisons would be out of the proposed Turkish ‘safe haven’ to lie down.

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