Ten killed in Turkish attack on Kurd-held Syrian region: militia

Beirut (AFP) – Turkish attacks on a Kurdish-held town in Syria’s  Afrin region killed ten people on Saturday, mostly civilians, a spokesman for the Kurdish militia  which controls the area said.

“Seven civilians were killed, including a child, as well as two female fighters and one male fighter,” said Birusk Hasakeh, spokesman for the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Afrin.