“Syrian Democratic Forces” take control of Aleppo village

The “Syrian Democratic Forces” announced that it has gained control of a key village in the Northern Province of Aleppo in Syria on Thursday, Fars News Agency reports.

The “Syrian Democratic Forces” said its fighters have captured the village of al-Saharij in Aleppo province.

The group did not provide any further details on its operation.

The Syrian Democratic Forces is an alliance of Kurdish, Arab, Assyrians, Armenian and Turkmen militants seeks to expel ISIL from Syria.

On December 10, fighters from the “Syrian Democratic Forces” engaged in fierce clashes with ISIL Takfiri militants in the terrorists’ stronghold of Raqqa province in Syria.

Informed sources said that the clashes erupted in the vicinity of Khirbet Hedlah village in the countryside of Ain Issa town Northwest of Raqqa.

The clashes left militants from both sides killed and injured.

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