25 soldiers and gang members killed in a village of Afrin
25 members of the Turkish army and allied gangs have been killed during clashes in a village of Afrin’s Shiye district.
Clashes are taking place between People’s/Women’s Defense Units (YPG/YPJ) and the Turkish army, allied jihadist groups in the surroundings of Haj Bilal village in Afrin’s Shiye district.
The Turkish state has lost hundreds of soldiers during the ongoing invasion attempt it launched against Afrin Canton of Northern Syria on January 20.
According to a compilation by Rojava-based Hawar News Agency (ANHA), at least 669 members of the Turkish army and allied gangs were killed between January 20 – February 7. Those killed include officers and gang leaders.
During the same period, one drone and 43 tanks were destroyed, while 22 tanks and military vehicles were damaged.