AKCAKALE, Turkey (AP) — Hundreds of Syrians returned to a limit city of Tal Abyad from Turkey on Wednesday, a day after Kurdish fighters gathering out Islamic State militants.
An Associated Press photographer saw women, aged people and children carrying their effects opposite a border.
Kurdish fighters took full control of Tal Abyad on Tuesday, traffic a critical blow to a IS group’s ability to salary fight in Syria by slicing off a critical supply line to a self-proclaimed capital, Raqqa.
The Kurdish allege caused a banishment of about 23,000 people who fled a fighting to Turkey over a past dual weeks, according to a U.N. interloper agency.
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