Thursday, February 9, 2017

Syria war: Russian 'well disposed fire' slaughters Turkish troopers

President Vladimir Putin has sent sympathies after a Russian air strike coincidentally slaughtered three Turkish fighters in northern Syria.
Turkish powers have been working with Syrian renegades to take al-Bab from IS activists

The fighters were supporting Syrian revolts in endeavors to catch the city of al-Bab from alleged Islamic State.

It is a piece of a more extensive hostile by Turkey to push IS and Kurdish warriors far from Turkey's southern fringe.

Russia and Turkey, who back restricting sides in the war, have been mutually focusing on IS in air strikes as of late.

A Russian airship assaulted a building where a portion of the warriors had been sent close al-Bab, the Turkish military said.

'Grievous occurrence'

It had been wanting to hit IS targets, however, "unintentionally three of our warriors were martyred when a building was besieged where our units were", it included.

Eleven different officers were injured in the supposed agreeable fire occurrence on Thursday.

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