Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters took control of three regions in northern Syria Tuesday as the land liberated from Daesh terrorists reached 1,280 square kilometers since the operation began on August 24.
Tuways, Al Gharz and Tlatinah regions were liberated while five FSA fighters were killed and 28 were wounded in the attacks. No Turkish troops were injured, the statement released by the Turkish military (TSK) said.
A total of 72 Daesh and 15 PYD/PKK targets were pounded with rocket launchers, the TSK added.
Meanwhile, four Daesh terrorists were killed and two buildings used by the terror group were destroyed in the coalition airstrikes.
Operation Euphrates Shield, backed by the Turkish Armed Forces, aims to bolster border security, support coalition forces, and eliminate the threat posed by terror organizations, especially Daesh.
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