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Turkey's invasion of northern Syria 70,000 refugees suffering damage | NHK News

2019-10-11T10:58:20.392Z

The Turkish army that invaded the area controlled by the Kurdish powers in northern Syria is proceeding with the suppression of villages around the border, reaching 70,000 refugees, civilians…



Turkey's invasion of northern Syria 70,000 evacuees Increased damage October 11 19:51

The Turkish army that has invaded the area controlled by the Kurdish forces in northern Syria is proceeding with the suppression of villages around the border, reaching 70,000 displaced people and increasing civilian damage. US President Trump is ready to act as an intermediary, but Turkey has not broken down.

The Turkish army continued to control the villages around the border on the 11th, the third day after the military invasion of the Kurdish power control area in northern Syria, and the Turkish Ministry of Defense Announced that more than 250 people were killed.

According to the Syrian Human Rights Watch Team, which gathers local information, 10 Turkish citizens died in the Syrian border towns and other places, and 70,000 displaced people were chased by the Turkish army. It means that people have been reached.

Also, on the Turkish side, six citizens were killed by the bombardment of the Kurdish powers, and civilian damage was spreading on both sides.

On the other hand, European countries are increasingly accusing Turkey of this military operation, seeking to stop the operation, and President Trump has been ready to mediate while being criticized for acquiescing the military operation.

However, Turkey's President Erdogan has a policy of continuing the operation without breaking his strong attitude, and there is no prospect of overcoming the situation.

Source: nhk

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