Afrin Liberation Forces: 12 Turkish soldiers were killed in northern Aleppo
ISWNews Analysis Group: The Afrin Liberation Forces claimed that they had killed 12 Turkish soldiers during a series of operations in the northern part of Syria.
According to the group, in the first three days of this month, a series of operations were carried out in the northern suburbs of Aleppo province to target Turkish troops, which resulted in the death of 12 of them.
In one of these attacks, a convoy belonging to the Turkish army was targeted on the outskirts of Afrin, as a result of which a number of Turkish troops were killed and wounded. The Afrin Liberation Forces also targeted a group of Turkish soldiers in the village of Basufan, killing four Turkish soldiers and wounding four others.
The Afrin Liberation Forces is a Kurdish group that declared its existence in northwestern Syria after the Turkish occupation of the Afrin region. The main goal of this group is to fight against the Turkish occupiers. The group has repeatedly claimed responsibility for the attacks on Turkish military troops or Turkish-backed militants in northwestern Syria.