On February 12, the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) captured the village of Muhammadiyah and Amarah Hill from the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) in the Syrian area of Afrin, according to the Turkish media. Pro-Turkish sources say that few YPG members were killed there.
Earlier on the same day, the YPG shot down a Turkish unmanned aerial combat vehicle and repelled few minor attacks of the FSA across the region.
According to pro-Turkish sources, the TAF and the FSA have captured over 50 various areas since the start of the operation in Afrin. According to the Turkish military, 31 Turkish soldiers have been killed and 143 have been injured in the clashes.
Pro-Turkish militants involved in the Turkish operation in Afrin: