The Bashar Assad regime, which has lost sovereignty over at least two-thirds of Syria and is holed-up in Damascus, continues to attack the Turkish military protecting civilians in Idlib.
Last week, regime forces attacked Turkey's checkpoint, killing eight Turks – seven soldiers and one civilian personnel. Earlier in the week, Assad's troops took action again, killing five more Turkish soldiers.
Ankara has exercised its right to legitimately retaliate against the attacks. However, the area under fire by Assad's forces goes beyond the observation posts established by the Turkish military in agreement with Russia, covering an area inhabited by more than 3 million civilians.
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