Turkish military operations continue for the second day in areas controlled by Kurdish fighters in northern Syria, where reports of fierce fighting are being received.
Turkey says it has taken control of many Kurdish targets and has killed a large number of Kurdish fighters.
Thousands of people are migrating between the attacks and the Kurds claim that many common citizens have been killed.
Turkey says it wants to remove Kurdish fighters and create a 'safe-zone', where millions of Syrian refugees also live.
Turkey had planned this action in advance, but it was implemented when US President Trump withdrew American troops from the area.
'Stabbed in the back'
The Syrian Democratic Force (SDF), led by the Kurds in the region, has been an important ally of the United States in the fight against the Islamic State.
But Turkey considers these Kurdish fighters as extremists.
There are many people in America who believe that President Trump had given a way to Turkey for this action by withdrawing his troops from Syria.
The SDF believes that they have been 'stabbed in the back'. President Trump had tweeted on Thursday that he was trying to end Syria's endless war.
At the same time, he also said that if Turkey crosses its limit, then it will have to face tough financial crises.
This action of Turkey has been condemned internationally. The United Nations Security Council is also going to discuss this.
The international community is concerned about suspected Islamic State prisoners who number in the thousands, who are under the supervision of Kurds-led forces.
Turkish President Ardoआनan has defended his action by saying that if it is called possession, he will send the Syrian refugees present in that area to Europe.
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