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Map: Latest Military Situation on Northeast of Syria, 15 October 2019
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In the last two days Syrian army is slowly moving inside SDF controlled areas in east and west of Euphrates River according to the agreement.

So far towns Qamishli, Hasakah, Manbij, Ayn Issa and Tabqah are controlled by Syrian army and they are expanding their realm.
Today Russian Ministry of Defense stated officially that with Syrian army entering Manbij town and Russian forces taking position in north of it, the entire west bank of Euphrates River is under control of Syrian government.
Regarding Ayn al-Arab(Kobani), Syrian army has not officially entered the town.

On the other hand, Pentagon announced officially the complete evacuation of north of Syria.

Turkey-Backed forces increased their infiltrate between Tal Abiad and Ras al-Ayn(Sari Kani) and could occupy numerous villages in Ras al-Ayn axis near Tal Tamar. During the last two days, Tal Abiad town was occupied by Turkish troops. Considering the shape of Turkey’s advances, it seems M4 is their furthest point to advance and the operation will continue along this axis.
Yesterday Turkish forces tried to advance in Manbij axis against SDF and Syrian army but their operation was halted after occupying Dandaniyah and Yalshli in west of Manbij, under order of Erdogan.

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