5 Turkish soldiers were being killed for the duration of a clash with Syrian govt forces in northwestern Syria, elevating the country’s troop losses to thirteen over the past week and screening Turkey’s resolve to assist rebels in an spot that President Bashar al-Assad has vowed to reclaim.

Turkish authorities explained its soldiers were being killed by Syrian army shelling on Monday in Idlib province, where Ankara has stationed troops at twelve observation posts. Turkish officers explained the Turkish armed forces experienced retaliated and sent cross-border convoys to…