Turkish and Syrian forces clashed in northwestern Syria as tensions rise following the killing of five Turkish troops by Syrian forces Monday. Nearly three-quarters of a million people have fled the area since the fighting escalated in December. The U.N. is warning the ongoing attacks in Idlib province are creating a humanitarian disaster that could lead to famine in the region.
Syrian and Turkish Forces Step Up Attacks as 100,000s Face Humanitarian Disaster
HeadlineFeb 11, 2020