Turkish Army, Tahrir Al-Sham Forces Approach Areas Controlled by Syrian Army in Western Aleppo
TEHRAN (FNA)- Field sources confirmed deployment of a military convoy of the Turkish army and Tahrir al-Sham Hayat (the Levant Liberation Board) terrorist group in Western Aleppo to prevent the Syrian army's advance in Idlib.

The sources said on Thursday that a military convoy of the Turkish army, consisting of 6 vehicles crossed Kafr Lousin corridor at the borders with Turkey along with a number of Tahrir al-Sham terrorists and entered the town of al-Ais in Southern Aleppo, bordering the regions controlled by the Syrian army.

Sources affiliated to the dissidents said that the military convoy has patrolled in the region to check the military plans to prevent the Syrian army's advance from al-Ais to Idlib.

Meantime, some sources have claimed that the convoy has been sent to the region within the framework of implementing the agreement to create de-escalation zones and set up checkpoints.

In a relevant development on Wednesday, the Syrian army troops continued attacking terrorists' positions in regions near Abu al-Dhohour airbase and captured one more settlement in Southeastern Idlib.

The army men, backed up by artillery units and Air Force, managed to beat terrorists back from the settlement of Khafiyeh West of the town of Abu al-Dhohour.

A number of terrorists were killed and their military hardware were destroyed in the attacks.

The army's engineering units started defusing bombs and landmines in the newly-freed settlement.

Over 200 Turkey-Backed Militants Killed in Clashes with Kurds in Northern Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- Over 200 members of the Ankara-affiliated militant groups have been killed in clashes with the Kurdish combatants in the Turkey-led Olive Branch Operation in Afrin region, the Kurdish sources said on Wednesday.

The Kurdish-language Hawar news quoted the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) as declaring that 203 members of militants affiliated to the Turkish army, including four commanders, have been killed in different battlefields in Afrin region in the last two days.

The SDF further said that the Kurdish fighters destroyed seven military vehicles of the Turkish army and seized two armored vehicles.

The SDF said that the Turkish Air Force has continued targeting heavily different Kurdish-held regions, including the village of Iska in Shirwa and nearby region in the village of Jomleh in Jandaris region.

Kurdish sources said earlier today that a notorious field commander of Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) was killed amid the Turkey-led Olive Branch Operation forces' withdrawal after fierce clashes with the Kurdish fighters.

The sources said that the Kurdish fighters repelled a heavy offensive of the Turkish soldiers and their allied militants and later in a rapid counter-attack in Jandris region North of Afrin managed to recapture the village on Hommam.

The sources further said that the Kurdish fighters fended off another attack of the Olive Branch Operation in the village of Qastal Jandou near the small town of Sheran in Afrin region and took back control over Qastal hill.

They added that Ahmad Fayadh al-Khalaf, a field commander of FSA Samarqan Brigade was killed in clashes with the Kurdish combatants in Hommam.
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Pakistan Condemns US Drone Attack on Its Soil
TEHRAN (FNA)- Pakistan condemned a US drone strike on its territory adding to the rising tensions between Washington and Islamabad.
The suspected US drone attack "targeted an Afghan refugee" camp in the Northwest of Pakistani Kurram region, Islamabad's Foreign Ministry's statement read, Sputnik reported.
The Foreign office also noted the detrimental effect which the US "unilateral actions" have on "the spirit of cooperation between the two countries in the fight against terrorism."

The reaction from Pakistan comes after two Pakistani security officials earlier confirmed that the missiles launched from what was said to be the US drone targeted a house in the village of Dapa Mamozai where two militants from the Afghan Taliban-allied Haqqani network resided.
Earlier in January, US State Department Spokeswoman Heather Nauert said that the United States was suspending the delivery of military equipment and security aid to Pakistan due to the local authorities’ alleged insufficient measures in the fight against terrorist groups.
Pakistan has been witnessing a surge in the number of drone attacks in its regions bordering Afghanistan since US President Donald Trump ascended to presidency and made a decision to take a tougher stance on Pakistan, which Washington accuses of providing safe havens for terrorists.
Relations between Washington and Islamabad have further deteriorated over the past month in the wake of Trump’s statement that Washington has received nothing but "lies and deceit" from Pakistan, despite receiving huge amounts of financial aid.
The US President's remark led to Washington halting its security-related financial assistance to Islamabad in early January, citing alleged Pakistani support for the Afghan Taliban and allied militias.

Islamabad in its turn denied sheltering terrorists and asked for further explanations from Washington, noting that the country had been fighting against terrorism mostly with the use of its own funds, stressing that the government was determined to take all possible steps "to secure the lives of our citizens and broader stability in the region."

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Trump urges Erdogan to ‘exercise caution’ & avoid targeting US forces in Syria

Trump urges Erdogan to ‘exercise caution’ & avoid targeting US forces in Syria
In a phone call with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, Donald Trump has raised concerns that Ankara’s ongoing military operation in neighboring Syria, if not wound down, may result in a direct clash between the two NATO allies.

“President Trump relayed concerns that escalating violence in Afrin, Syria, risks undercutting our shared goals in Syria,” according to the White House readout of the conversation. “He urged Turkey to exercise caution and to avoid any actions that might risk conflict between Turkish and American forces.”

Trump has further urged Turkey to deescalate and “limit its military actions” in order to “avoid civilian casualties and increases to displaced persons and refugees.”

The US has around 2,000 troops and military “advisors” in Syria. Washington and Ankara may indeed come face-to-face there, although the possibility is “small,” Turkey’s deputy prime minister said earlier, after Erdogan announced he was adamant he would “thwart games” along Turkey’s borders.

Despite calls to “deescalate” military involvement in Syria, the Turkish leader announced an extension of the operation from the Afrin region to the separate Kurdish-held enclave of Manbij. “With the Olive Branch operation, we have once again thwarted the game of those sneaky forces whose interests in the region are different,” Erdogan said. “Starting in Manbij, we will continue to thwart their game.”

The rift between the NATO allies has been growing despite the stated “shared goal of achieving the lasting defeat” of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorists. Ankara’s ire has been driven by the fact the US continues to support the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), which Turkey says are linked to the Kurdish PKK and are considered a terrorist organization.
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