ERBIL - At least 38 civilians were killed in the Kurdish enclave of Afrin in Syria on Friday due to the continuous bombardments by the Turkish army and its backed Syrian rebels, a report said.
Tens of thousands of civilians have continued to flee from Afrin on Friday, meanwhile the Turksih artilleries and Free Syrian Army (FSA) on Friday carried out a number of attacks on the center of the city, resulting in the killing of 38 people, and wounding of 40 others, according to Democracy Center for Human Rights in Kurdistan (DCHRK).
The source also pointed out that the two armies have invaded Sheikh Bilal, Qasim, and a number of other villages around Afrin.
According to sources belonging to the YPG, the Turkish warplanes have bombarded a hospital in Afrin, killing 9 civilians, but Turkey has denied it.
Turkey since last January has started the offensive on the Kurdish city of Afrin, it has so far left hundreds of civilians dead, and thousands displaced.