Syrian Kurdish-led authority urges corridor for civilians to leave border town
The Kurdish-led authority in northeast Syria called for a corridor “to evacuate dead and wounded civilians” from Ras al-Ain town which Turkish forces have pushed into.
It said in a statement that people were trapped in the Syrian border town, urging foreign powers including the US-led coalition and Russia to intervene to get them out.
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