Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Large Cache of US-Made Weapons, Ammunition of Kurds Found in Afrin

The Turkish army and Ankara-backed militants discovered and seized a large underground cache of US-made weapons and ammunition of the Kurdish forces in Afrin during military operations in the region.

Turkish sources reported on Tuesday that the Ankara-affiliated militants found the cache in the village of Jowik in Northwestern Afrin in 12 chambers which included thousands of US-made arms and ammunition.

They noted that the cache was in a 150-meter-long cement tunnel, adding that it included anti-aircraft and anti-armor missiles, tanks, TOW missiles, mortars and rockets.
  (FNA)
 20/3/18

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  1. With Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claiming control of northern Syria's Afrin region, the political wing of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has promised to continue resisting "Turkish aggression."
    In a statement on March 19, the political affiliate of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) declared that "our people will not allow [Turkish President Recep Tayyip] Erdogan to implement his plan to dominate over northern Syria," according to media reports.

    "We assert that the Syrian people will not hesitate to resist the Turkish aggression," the statement underscored.

    It recalled that "an unequal battle" in Afrin between the SDF's Kurdish detachments and "Turkish aggressors" had continued for almost two months.
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