“Euphrates Shield” Expands northern #Aleppo, close to al-Assad regime’s zone

18 October, 2016

The Free Syrian Army factions fighting within the process of the “Euphrates Shield” made new progress on the IS Group-held areas of the northern Aleppo countryside; where they expanded south of Dabiq town and have become close to the al-Assad regime’s sites.

Seven new areas seized by FSA backed by the Turkish army: “Tal Maled, al-Sayed Ali, Albarrozah, Tannorah, Baraan, Ataiwahnyah, Asamoukah Bridge and al-Wash” all of which are located south of Dabiq town which seized by FSA earlier, ElDorar’s correspondent reported.

Our correspondent pointed out that “the Euphrates Shield” forces are in close proximity to areas controlled by the al-Assad regime; there are just three villages separate the FSA controlled areas and the al-Assad forces’ areas, namely: “Sorouj, Hasasek and al-Wahshya.”

It should be noted that the Turkish president, “Recep Tayyip Erdogan,” said in a statement today that the Democratic Union Party’s fighters will be driven off from the city of Manbej after the al-Bab’s Battle, in an indication that the fight is so close.

Source: el-Dorar.

Link: http://en.eldorar.com/node/3512.

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