ANKARA, Turkey, - The Daesh militants, lost control of their last territory along the Syrian-Turkish border, Turkish military told Anadolu News Agency on Sunday.
According to Anadolu Agency, after Turkey backed the Free Syrian Army (FSA) forces, the FSA, which is supported by the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK), reconnected the Azaz-Jarabulus line on Sunday, after flushing the area clean of Daesh militants.
The Turkish army launched, on Aug 24, the "Euphrates Shield" cross-border operation, to drive out Daesh and other terrorist militants through the FSA fighters, who are bolstered by Turkish weaponry, ammunition, artillery, and jets.
Turkish soldiers, tanks and other equipment entered Syria, from the Karkamis area, in the South-eastern Turkish province of Gaziantep during the operation.
Turkish tanks then crossed into northern Syria from the South-eastern Turkish province of Kilis on Saturday.
Source: Nam News Network