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Warehouse in Afrin ignites clashes between two factions of Olive Branch

The entrance to Afrin city during the first moments of Olive Branch controlling it about a week ago

At least one member of the "Ahrar al-Sharqiya" group of the Free Army was killed during clashes with al-Hamzah group in Afrin city, which the factions with the Turkish Army controlled a week ago.

NSO reporter in Afrin said that the clashes broke out between the two sides after the elements of Ahrar al-Sharqiya began transferring the contents of a warehouse that was shared by the two sides. The warehouse contains stolen goods that were previously seized including cars and oil tanks located between the Kawa roundabout and the Villas Street in Afrin city.

The reporter said that the clashes resulted in the killing of the military commander of the "Ahrar al-Sharqiya" called "Abu Saqr al-Qadisiyah", after his car was targeted by members of al-Hamzah in Afrin, while there was no information about killings in al-Hamzah ranks. Our reporter explained that both sides managed to capture elements of the other party, without specifying the exact number of prisoners.

The spark of clashes moved to the town of Al-Ra'i near the border with Turkey and the town of Bza'a and al-Bab city, too, resulting in injuries in the two sides, and wounded at least two civilians.

The reporter confirmed that the clashes stopped after the intervention of leaders of al-Jabha al-Shamiya also participating in the Operation Olive Branch to resolve the dispute between the sides, after the fighters of "Ahrar al-Sharqiya" controlled on several headquarters of the al-Hamzah group in Afrin city divided into three sectors, divided between three brigades affiliated with the National Army, which is fighting under its name the opposition factions in Operation Olive Branch.

سوريا حلب عفرين غصن الزيتون تركيا روسيا الراعي الباب اكراد عرب تركمان

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