On January 22, two rockets reportedly hit a refugee camp in the southern Turksih province of Hatay killing at least 2 persons and injuring 12 others. According to reports, the rockets were allegedly launched by Kurdish militias from Syria’s area of Afrin.
The rocket launched by the YPG group from the Afrin zone caused many civilians injured. 1 Syrian (refugee) lost his life. The condition of 2 people is grave pic.twitter.com/Y9q33u60Wp
— Lucifuge Rofocale (@rofoca_lucifuge) 22 January 2018
Pro-Kurdish sources say that units of the Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) use this camp as a rear base. However, no FSA members were killed or injured in the attack.
On January 20, the Turkish Armed Forces launched a military operation against Kurdish militias YPG/YPJ in Afrin. On January 22, the operation enterd the third day. MORE DETAILS