8 killed in auto bomb explosion in Turkish-controlled northeast Syrian town

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YPG/PKK continues to violate Ankara's deals: Ministry

It said the battles involved heavy and medium weapons, adding that Syrian army soldiers finally managed to liberate the village and establish full control over it.

Turkey halted its military advance inside Syria when it struck deals with the United States and Russian Federation for the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), considered a "terrorist group" by Ankara, to be moved at least 30km (20 miles) away from the border with Turkey. Turkey started its campaign in opposition to the SDF and its broader umbrella of the Kurdish Folks's Protection Objects, identified as YPG, as Ankara deems them as terrorists and separatists.

The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan reportedly said that Turkey will not be leaving Syria until other countries pull out. The city was captured last month by Turkish troops and Turkey-backed opposition forces from Kurdish-led fighters.

On October 22, Turkey and Russian Federation reached a deal under which YPG/PKK terrorists would pull back 30 kilometres south of Turkey's border with Syria, and security forces from Turkey and Russian Federation would mount joint patrols there.

Several people were injured, including a cameraman for state-run Syrian TV, according to both SANA and the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

Orban was also one of the few European leaders to attend Erdogan's July 2018 inauguration ceremony for his second term in office, while the Turkish leader visited Hungary in October a year ago. The Observatory and Kurdish news agency Hawar said a Syrian major general and a colonel were also wounded.

Turkey's Safety Ministry defined the troops have been patrolling Friday a area regarding Qamishli and Derik, east of the Euphrates.

The ministry blamed Syrian Kurdish fighters for the attack, accusing them of "massacring innocent civilians".

An Associated Press journalist saw four Turkish armored personnel carriers cross into Syria to join the Russian forces. USA support for the YPG, which was a main ally in the fight against Islamic State, has infuriated Turkey. "And we oppose it". "These (reserves) belong to the Syrian people and should be used in a way that benefits the people of Syria".

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