Foreign Affairs
Some 100,000 people forced to escape as Turkey continues with its offensive in Syria

In Northern Syria, some 100,000 people escaped from their homes due to the Turkish offensive on Kurdish areas at the border with Syria

Many people took shelter in schools and other buildings in the towns of Hassekeh and Tal Tamer.

The Turkish military offensive started last Wednesday on the Syrian border after President Donald Trump ordered American troops to withdraw from the area.

At least, eleven persons were killed as humanitarian groups warn of more deaths. Kurdish and Turkish forces were also killed in the fighting.

International observers are blaming President Trump’s decision for the start of the offensive which is affecting thousands of families.

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