A picture taken on March 22, 2018 shows a man walking with a loaded donkey and followed by a dog past the rubble of a destroyed building in the northwestern Syrian city of Afrin. / AFP / Nazeer al-Khatib
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A prominent Syrian Kurdish leader Thursday criticized Russia for giving a "green light" to Turkey to carry out an offensive in Syria's Afrin region, saying it wouldn't have happened without Moscow's approval.Turkish troops and allied Syrian forces seized control of the northwestern city of Afrin from the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) militia Sunday.The YPG has been working closely with the United States against the Daesh (ISIS) group in Syria, much to NATO member Turkey's chagrin.Muslim is wanted by Turkey over a February 2016 bombing in Ankara that killed 29 people that the Turkish authorities blamed on Kurdish militants.
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