Syrian Army neutralizes Turkish-backed terrorists near Al-Bab
Over the past 48 hours, deadly clashes have sparked off between the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Turkish-led Euphrates Shield forces near the city of Al-Bab northeast of Aleppo.
Ahrar Al-Sharqiyah, a Free Syrian Army (FSA) affiliated brigade, released an official statement online mourning the loss of 4 fighters due to skirmishes with government troops on the northern perimeter of Tadef on Monday.
Other FSA factions, Ahrar al-Sham, Faylaq al-Sham, and the Turkish Armed Forces did not specify their losses in the bloody battle for Tadef.
Nevertheless, an opposition outlet said a further two rebel militants were killed by shelling and airstrikes outside Al-Sukiryah today; this town is located in a region previously held by ISIS which has subsequently been divided up between Turkish-backed groups and the SAA.