25 November 2017

Turkish Army destroys 57 ISIS targets

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Turkish forces have destroyed a total of 57 ISIL terrorist group targets alongside one Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) position in the past 24 hours as part of the Euphrates Shield operation in northern Syria, Turkey’s General Staff said in a statement on Tuesday.

"Our armed forces destroyed 57 ISIL targets and one target of PYD-Kurdistan Workers' Party. The Free Syrian Army liberated 3 settlements in the area near ​​the cities of Al-Rai and Mari," Sputnik cited the statement as saying.

The General Staff added that a total of 179 inhabited locations have been liberated.

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