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16 October 2017 - 19:58
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Rasa - The Al-Shamiyeh Front, affiliated to the Ankara-led Euphrates Shield, engaged again in fierce clashes with the rival terrorist group of Sultan Morad Ferqa in Northeastern Aleppo, taking control over a village, militant-affiliated websites disclosed on Monday.
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RNA - The websites said that the Al-Shamiyeh Front drove Sultan Morad Ferqa out of the village of Turkaman Bareh in Northeastern Aleppo amid escalation of clashes among the terrorists of the Euphrates Shield.

 

The websites added that mortar units of Sultan Morad Ferqa pounded the positions of al-Shamiyeh Front along the humanitarian corridor in the village of al-Hamran in Eastern Aleppo, injuring six members of al-Shamiyeh Front.

 

The Arabic-language al-Watan daily reported last week that terrorists of Sultan Morad Ferqa and al-Shamiyah Front affiliated to the Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army engaged in fierce clashes in a region near the village of al-Hamran in Northeastern Aleppo, putting their forces on alert in the region.

 

Al-Watan said that financial differences, including distribution of revenues of Bab al-Salamh passageway, were the main cause of the clashes.

 

The paper said that Sultan Morad Ferqa cut off a road connecting Azaz and Jarabulus regions after differences with al-Shamiyeh Front appeared.

 

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