Wall Street Journal: Turkey Strikes Syrian Kurds as Multifaceted Conflict Rages On
Turkey says it killed up to 200 YPG fighters, but Kurds put casualties at 15
ISTANBUL—Turkish jets bombed U.S.-backed Syrian Kurds battling Islamic State overnight, as Ankara and Washington’s competing priorities in the multi-sided Syria conflict strain ties between the two North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.
There were conflicting reports about what was hit, and the death tolls varied significantly.
As many as 200 Kurdish People’s Protection Units, or YPG, fighters were killed in 26 strikes on 18 targets, the Turkish military said, in what would appear to be Turkey’s deadliest strike yet on Syrian Kurdish fighters.
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