A Syrian Kurdish woman reacts following a car bomb attack at a local market in the Turkish-held Syrian Kurdish town of Tel Hal along the border with Turkey in the northeastern Hassakeh province, on November 26, 2019. / AFP / Nazeer Al-khatib
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Turkey's Syrian rebel allies have summarily executed civilians during Ankara's military offensive in northeast Syria and looted property belonging to Kurdish families displaced by the fighting, Human Rights Watch said in a report Wednesday.Turkey says it plans to settle more than a million Syrian refugees in a "safe zone" which it says will be established by the military operation, but Human Rights Watch said its findings showed the region was not secure.The group also interviewed five Kurdish civilians who said that the rebel forces were occupying their homes and had arbitrarily prevented them from returning.
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