A Turkish soldier on an armoured personnel carrier waves as they drive from the border back to their base in Karkamis on the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern Gaziantep province, Turkey, August 27, 2016. REUTERS/Umit Bektas/File Photo
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Turkey hit Syrian Kurdish militia targets in northern Syria for the second time in less than 72 hours, the military said Saturday, quoted in state media.Two Ankara-backed Syrian opposition fighters were injured when YPG forces opened fire in the town of Jarabulus, the military said, quoted in the official Anadolu news agency.The monitor said at least 11 fighters from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) -- a U.S.-backed alliance of about 30,000 Kurdish and Arab fighters -- were killed and 24 wounded.In the latest strikes, the armed forces said it also hit 52 ISIS targets in northern Syria while the Dogan news agency said seven Ankara-backed rebels were killed in clashes with ISIS.
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