Turkey kills 17 ISIS terrorists in Syria
The Turkish Armed Forces hit 180 ISIS positions in northern Syria, including command control facilities, shelters, vehicles and weapons, the Turkish General Staff said.
17 ISIS terrorists were killed in northern Syria over the last 24 hours as part of Turkey-backed Operation Euphrates Shield, the Turkish military added.
The military said 227 residential areas and 1,875 square kilometers (724 square miles) of land had been secured along northern Syria’s Azaz-Jarabulus corridor that runs parallel with the Turkish frontier. More than 2 thousand terrorists have been killed.
Turkey launched the 'Euphrates Shield' operation in support of Syrian rebels on August 24, 2016.