Turkey evacuates Syria outpost long-encircled by regime

Turkey on Tuesday started withdrawing from one of its largest outposts in northwest Syria encircled for the past year by Syrian regime forces, a war monitor and a pro-Ankara rebel commander said.The outpost in Morek is Turkey’s largest in the northwest province of Hama, which is now mostly under Syrian government control.Forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad encircled it last year following the launch of a regime offensive against the last major opposition bastion in Syria’s northwest.”After midnight Turkish forces began to evacuate Morek, and this morning a large convoy left” the area, an…

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