BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – Scores of rebel fighters surrendered themselves to the Turkish Army and National Liberation Front (NLF) after a series of intense clashes these last 72 hours.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the rebels from Shuhada al-Sharqiyah agreed to surrender their fighters to the Turkish Army and NLF after their brief fight with the latter in and around Afrin city.

Shuhada Al-Shaqiyah was accused of kidnapping and looting by the Turkish Army and NL; this prompted the recent military operation in Afrin.

Furthermore, the SOHR said that at least 11 rebels were killed and more than 25 others injured during these recent clashes.

Below is the video of rebels surrendering themselves to the Turkish Army and NLF in the Afrin region:

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