Syrian city of Afrin

A bomb blast in a four-storey building in the northern Syrian city of Afrin killed seven civilians and four Free Syrian Army soldiers overnight, the Anatolia news agency reported.
The bomb, which it said was planted by terrorists, exploded during an inspection by Syrian opposition fighters following the city’s entry into Turkish forces on Sunday, announcing full control after an eight-week campaign to expel the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Forces.
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on Sunday, the control of the “Free Syrian Army”, backed by the Turkish army, completely on the center of the Syrian city of Afrin.
Since January 20, Turkey has been cooperating with the Free Syrian Army, Operation Olive Branch, against Kurdish militants in the northwestern region of Afrin.


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