A Turkish air raid killed as many as 200 Kurdish militia members north of the Syrian city of Aleppo on Wednesday, according to the Turkish military. Turkish military officials say they hit 18 targets with 26 airstrikes in the areas under the control of Kurdish militia, destroying their headquarters, ammunition dumps and shelters. The statement said one Free

Syrian Army fighter died and another one was injured in a series of clashes with the PYD/PKK. The military also reported a cross-border exchange of fire early Thursday morning, originating in the town of Afrin in Kurdish territory on the Syrian side and striking an area in the province of Hatay on the Turkish side. FULL REPORT