1500 Kurdish fighters have joined YPG, while the clashes have still erupted all over Aleppo. • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

1500 Kurdish fighters have joined YPG, while the clashes have still erupted all over Aleppo.

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Aleppo Province: SOHR knew that the number of Kurdish fighters who enter to Ayn al Arab area since last Wednesday have reached to 1500, while Kurdish resources from Ayn al Arab said that the number reaches to 1800. They have joined YPG in order to prevent IS militants to advance to the city of Ayn al Arab and attempt to recapture the 65 villages that IS seized in September 16, which led to the displacement of 200000 Kurdish citizens from the city of Ayn al Arab and its countryside.  

 

clashes have erupted between the regime forces supported by NDF, the Brigade of al Quds al Filastini, al Baath battalions and Hezbollah fighters from one side and the Islamic and rebel battalions, al Nusra Front and Ansra al Din Front from the other side in near the Central Prison of Aleppo. Other violent clashes took place between Jabhat al Nusra, the brigade of al Akrad Front, the rebel and Islamic battalions from one side and IS fighters from the other side in the vicinity of Soran E’zaz town. Violent clashes have erupted between IS and YPG fighters in the vicinity of the border village of Alishar in the eastern countryside of Ayn al Arab in an attempt by YPG to recapture the village. Clashes took place yesterday night between the regime forces supported by NDF and the Islamic battalions on the outskirts of al Ashrafeyyi neighborhood in the north of Aleppo, the vicinity of Aleppo Castle, al Umawi mosque and the neighborhood of al Sabe’ Bahrat in Old Aleppo, the vicinity of the Brigade 80 near the airbase of al Nayrab in the east of Aleppo and on the outskirts of the neighborhood of Karm al Tarrab.

 

2 ground to ground missiles struck areas in the neighborhood of Bani Zeid in the north of Aleppo. The regime forces areas in the village of al Mefelseh and the road of Ebtin al Wdehi in the southern countryside of Aleppo. 

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