BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:10 P.M.) – The Kurdish-led Afrin Liberation Forces continued their operations against the Turkish-backed rebels this week, striking a number of sites under the control of the latter in northern Aleppo.

Among the first attacks carried out this week was the Afrin Liberation Forces´ missile stirke on a Free Syrian Army (FSA) bulldozer near the town of Azaz in northern Aleppo.

Video footage of the attack was released by the Afrin Liberation Forces; it shows their troops firing an anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) towards an FSA bulldozer near Azaz:

The Afrin Liberation Forces also issued a statement on Wednesday in which they revealed an operation was carried out by their troops near the town of Kafr Khashr in the Azaz countryside.

“Our forces continue to carry out military operations against the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries in Afrin and its environs, which left more killed and wounded in the ranks of the mercenaries.

On April 1, one of our groups detonated an explosive device at a gathering of the mercenaries of the so-called al-Jabha al-Shamiyya in the vicinity of Kafr Khashr village of Azaz area, where the killing of a mercenary and wounding two others were confirmed.”

The Afrin Liberation Forces have remained active in northern Aleppo for several weeks now, inflicting heavy damage on the Turkish-backed rebel defenses.

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The huge offensive of the Houthis rebels that liberated dozens of villages and positions in the Al Daleh province of southern Yemen. 29/03/2019

VIDEO part 2 (very impressive) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Agag5vUN-cU

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Using an ATGM on a bulldozer is a bit stupid! An anti-material .50BMG riffle with API (armour piercing incendiary) rounds is enough.

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It’s like from the story of Handmaid’s Tale https://sputniknews.com/analysis/201904031073767110-us-radiation-spread/
It’s no wonder that the Turks hate the US.

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Excelente

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Uranium munition leaves dust that burns everything around the hole made by the projectile. So you can determine the use of uranium ammunition. In all soil samples, we found depleted uranium. Unfortunately, uranium-236 was also found in most of the soil and dust samples — it is even more intense and poisonous. Its radiation is even stronger and does not occur in nature. It can only be produced artificially during reprocessing of fuel rods. This means that we were able to prove that the military, the United States and its coalition allies used uranium munitions made from spent uranium fuel… Read more »