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Turkey has relocated hundreds of terrorists from Idlib province to Aleppo via its soil to block the Kurdish fighters’ rapid advances in Northern Aleppo province, media reports disclosed on Sunday.
At least 400 militants have been transferred to Northern Aleppo to help the terrorists who are losing the ground to the Kurdish fighters who are backed by Russian air force, Arab media outlets said.
The Turkish army has been pounding the positions of the Kurdish fighters in both Northern Lattakia and Northern Aleppo provinces all throughout Sunday to pin down the Syrian army and popular forces and prevent them from shaking hands with the Kurdish troops that are fighting in the Northern parts of Aleppo province.
Several villages in vast areas of Afrin in Northwestern Syria came under artillery shelling by the Turkish army and terrorist groups all throughout Sunday.
The artillery shelling of the Kurds in Northern Aleppo comes as the Kurdish fighters, backed by Russian fighter jets, are currently engaged in intense clashes with the terrorist groups at the Western entrance of the strategic town of Tal Rifat town in the Northern part of Aleppo province.