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Ankara-Backed FSA Terrorists Engage in Heavy Infighting at Borders with Turkey

A number of Ankara-backed militants were killed and wounded in fierce infighting in the town of Jarabulus at the Syria-Turkey borders.

Local sources in Jarabulus reported on Thursday that a group of Ahrar al-Sham terrorists engaged in heavy clashes with militants of Liwa al-Shamal and its affiliated fighters at several points of Jarabulus in Northeastern Aleppo on Wednesday.

They added that the terrorists targeted each other with mortar attacks, noting that a number of militants of both sides as well as civilians were killed and wounded in the clashes.

Meantime, a bomb-laden motorcycle was detonated in the main street of Jarabulus, killing and wounding over 14 people.

Also, reports said that a group of militants of what is called the ‘Free Police’ engaged in clashes with the terrorists stationed in the town of al-Bab near Jarabulus.

In a relevant development earlier this month, infighting between Ankara-backed militants left a number of gunmen from both warring sides dead in the town of Jarabulus in Northeastern Aleppo.

The Kurdish-language Hawar news reported that Soqour al-Jabal and Sultan Murad terrorist groups, affiliated to the Turkish army, exchanged heavy fire in al-Qandoureh region in Jarabulus, leaving casualties on both warring sides.

Also, Hawar news said that the infighting in Afrin region is due to rival militants’ differences over distribution of assets they have looted from civilians’ houses and shops.

In the meantime, the Russia-run Humeimim airbase cautioned of stealing and looting civilians’ assets in Afrin region, and underlined that control of Afrin region should be handed over to the Syrian government.

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