UPD: Reports that Turkish forces took control of Qabasin and Bzaah were false.
The Turkish army and the Free Syrian Army (a coalition of pro-Turkish militant groups) have taken control over the town of Qabasin and the village of Bzaah near the ISIS stronghold of al-Bab in northern Syria, according to Turkish media.
Considering no intense clashes had been reported in Qabasin and Bzaah recently, ISIS militants likely just withdrew from these areas.
If confirmed, it will be an important step allowing Turkish forces to deploy more forces direclty to the storm of al-Bab.
Meanwhile, the Syrian army’s Tiger Forces have repotedly liberated the village of Abu Taltal. This move puts government troops in a striking distance from Tadef, an important ISIS defense site which secures the southern flakn of al-Bab.
Alleged photos of Tiger Forces soldiers in Abu Taltal: