Turkey, Assad offensives bring new displacement crisis in Syria

dan.rafter@hrc.org January 23, 2018 0

  A Syrian government offensive in northwestern Syria has already forced more than 200,000 civilians to flee in less than a month, with tens of thousands more at risk as fighting escalates. And with Afrin now under fire from the Turkish army and its allies, it could get much worse still.   Over the past month, Syrian government forces have been pushing into rebel-controlled Idlib Province, and Turkey is now in the early days of an attack on the nearby Kurdish enclave of Afrin.

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Turkey, Assad offensives bring new displacement crisis in Syria

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