Turkey's military said on Monday that Turkish troops moved into Syria's northwestern Idlib province the previous day as part of an operation to enforce a "de-escalation" zone that was internationally agreed earlier this year.
The convoy was escorted by fighters from Tahrir al-Sham, an alliance of jihadist groups including the former al Qaeda affiliate previously known as the Nusra Front, Abu Khairo said.
Huawei unveils $499 phone with dual cameras on front and back
The Nova 2i gets Huawei's first 18:9 ratio "FullView" display, a 5.9-inch LCD that stretches almost edge-to-edge on the front panel.
Turkish media sources said the convoy included about 80 soldiers.
Turkey said on Saturday it was carrying out a military operation in Idlib and surrounding areas as part of a deal it reached with Russian Federation and Iran last month to enforce a "de-escalation" zone in northwest Syria.
Viacom warns Spectrum customers could lose their services
The current deal between Charter and Viacom expires October 15, according to a person familiar with the situation who declined to be identified.
The de-escalation zone is part of an agreement between Turkey, which backs forces battling the government of President Bashar al-Assad, and Iran and Russian Federation, which support his government.
Luenell Is Happy Nene Leakes Was Dropped From Tour For 'Rape Joke'
At the " Girls Nite Out for Laughs" in Oakland on Saturday, Leakes responded to a woman who was reportedly booing her performance. NeNe Leakes has been dropped as host of the R&B group Xscape's upcoming tour with guest acts Tamar Braxton and Monica.
Turkey continues to increase its military presence on the western part of the Syrian border. Backed by the United States in its battle against Islamic State, the YPG has seized much of northeastern Syria and was trying to link that territory up with its canton in Afrin.