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Syria conflict: The 'war crimes' caught in brutal phone footage

WorldNews Sunday, 3 November 2019 ()
Syria conflict: The 'war crimes' caught in brutal phone footageDays after Turkey's attacks, numerous videos alleged to have been filmed by pro-Turkey rebels emerged on social media. In one, an unidentified fighter shouts in Arabic: "We have come to behead you infidels and apostates!" In another video, a masked rebel clad in black carries a terrified woman surrounded by other rebels - one films her, one shouts "pig", another says: "Take her to be beheaded." The captured woman is Cicek Kobane, another YPJ fighter. The widely-circulated video provoked outrage on social media. A few days after it was published, Turkish state TV showed Cicek Kobane being treated in a hospital in Turkey. US...
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