The controversy over a possible Syria border force first started on January 14 when a report emerged on Reuters saying that the military coalition led by the USA in Syria was planning to set up a large border force of up to 30,000 personnel with the aid of its militia allies.
Reuters reports that the attack took place when "the convoy was in transit in northern Idlib".
Turkey considers the YPG to be a terrorist organization and an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party or PKK, which has fought for Kurdish autonomy in Turkey. "The main aim is the creation of a "'de-escalation' zone there, under a deal brokered by Russian Federation in August", Reuters reads.
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The orca could also imitate a wolf's howl, an elephant's trumpeting, and the sounds of a creaking door and a "raspberry". High-pitched, eerie and yet distinct, the sound of a voice calling the name " Amy " is unmistakable.
Turkey says seven of its soldiers have been killed.
French President Emmanuel Macron said in an interview Wednesday that he would have a "real problem" with Turkey's intervention against a Kurdish militia in Syria if it turned into an outright "invasion". One of them, 17-year-old Fatma Avlar, died from her wounds, the agency said. "We continue to monitor the developments in northern Syria, which are a matter of grave concern", Zakharova told a briefing.
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The attacks inside Turkey have so far killed four people, including Ms Avlar.
Speaking on Sunday, President Erdogan said the campaign could now be extended to other parts of the 500-mile Turkish-Syrian border, to create a 20-mile "security zone".
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He added: "The whole world knows and should know that Turkey does not operate with the mentality of an invader".