Syria: Turkish soldier killed in operation against ISIS

Turkish soldiers stand guard as a funeral convoy, carrying coffins of drowned Syrian migrants including the three-year old boy Aylan Kurdi, drives to the Turkish-Syrian border in Suruc, bordering with the northern Syrian town of Kobani, Turkey

Turkish soldier fighting Daesh terrorists as part of Operation Euphrates Shield, launced by Turkey-back Free Syrian Army (FSA) forces against the Daesh terror group on Aug. 24, was killed in car bomb attack in Syria’s al-Bab, military said on Monday.

Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) destroyed 156 Daesh terrorist targets in Syria on Monday, including shelters, ammunition depots and command-and-control centers, according to a statement released by the military.


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