4 killed, over 50 abducted in Turkish-occupied Afrin in January
The gangs of the occupying Turkish state killed 4 people and abducted more than 50 people in January.
The Syria-Afrin Human Rights Organisation announced the balance sheet of the crimes committed by the occupying Turkish state and its gangs in the Turkish-occupied Afrin city in January. According to the report, the gangs of the occupying Turkish state killed 4 people, including 2 women, and kidnapped 53 people, including 15 women and 2 children.
The report also drew attention to the demographic change in the occupied region and stated that a colonial settlement was built in the Qetmê village in Shera district with the support of an organisation called Orang. It was also stated that an organisation called Deniz Fenari built a colonial house at the cemetery of martyrs in Qaziqli village of Jindires district.