BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 P.M.) – The Kurdish-led People’s Protection Units (YPG) carried out two new attacks against the Turkish-backed rebels in the Afrin region this week.
The first attack was reportedly carried out on October 10th, when a YPG sniper killed one member of the Al-Waqas Brigade in the Shiya District.
“On October 10th, our unit carried out a sniper action targeting a mercenary of al-Waqas Brigade on the road leading to Senare village in Shiya district. As a result, a terrorist named Hammoud al-Juma was killed,” the official media wing of the YPG reported.
The following attack took place the day after, when a YPG unit ambushed members of the Sultan Murad Division in the Shera District.
“On October 11th, our units carried out a military operation in the village of Qeretepe of Shera district, targeting the members of the Sultan Murad Division mercenary fraction. As a result, two terrorists were killed,” the YPG added.