Kurdish forces of the People’s Protection Units (YPG) announced on Tuesday the death of more than ten militants from the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in Aleppo province, northern Syria.
Snipers from the YPG, supported by fellow fighters from the Kurdish Women’s Protection Units (YPG), took position at the top of a hill in the eastern suburb of Jarablus city in northern Aleppo.
“Sniping operations in the ISIS-held Jarablus city continued until Tuesday midnight. At least 13 ISIS terrorists were killed today at the hands of our snipers,” YPG officer Nuraddin Gaban told Kurdish News Agency. Read more