60,000 civilians in northern Syria have been displaced during the
first 36 hours of Turkey’s invasion, the London-based monitoring
group Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Thursday.
began its offensive this week with the backing of the Free Syrian
Army (FSA), launching airstrikes with the aim of wiping out the
Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG/YPJ) from the border
areas. As noted by the SOHR: Displacement continues from different
parts of the eastern Euphrates region due to the Turkish military
operation in the area, where the Syrian Observatory monitored the
rise of the number of displaced to more than 60 thousand civilians
within less than 36 hours, for fear of the Turkish military
operation, as Al-Darbasiyah city and Ras Al-Ain city are almost empty
of its inhabitants.
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