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YPG terrorists attack SNA troops in Ras al-Ayn despite Turkey, US deal

That YPG/PKK militants have carried out several attacks against SNA troops despite the Turkey-U.S. deal on pausing the cross-border military offensive dubbed "Operation Peace Spring" under the condition that the YPG -- the Syrian extension of bloody-minded PKK -- will withdraw from safe zone area within 120 hours.

Anadolu Agency WORLD
Published October 19,2019

Terrorist YPG/PKK attacked Syrian National Army (SNA) soldiers in Turkey-Syria border city of Ras al-Ayn, despite an ongoing agreement between Turkey and the U.S. on Friday.

Terrorists targeted SNA soldiers despite the Turkey-U.S. deal on pausing "Operation Peace Spring" for withdrawal of terrorists from planned "safe zone" within 120 hours. Turkey's decision to pause the operation had come on Thursday.

Terrorist YPG/PKK attacked SNA soldiers with snipers and wounded three of them.

Wounded soldiers were brought to Akçakale district of Şanlıurfa province of Turkey for treatment.

YPG/PKK terrorists carried out 14 attacks in last 36 hours, while Turkish Armed Forces have fully complied with the deal on establishment of safe zone, said Turkish National Defense Ministry Saturday on Twitter.