11 Jun 2015
An official source in Turkey reported that more than two thousand refugees had fled Syria on Wednesday, to escape the fighting between the militants «Daash» and Kurdish opposition on the other hand to control the town of (Tel Alabyad) in Syrian border.
Turkish official explained that among those displaced 2000s, there are 686 Iraqis who had left their country in to Syria before, and then after that they had to escape from Syria, And entered Turkey through the Aki_akalleh center border in Shanli Orfa (south-east).
A photographer for «Reuters», Said that many of the fleeing are women and children, and they had entered Turkey through a temporary crossing gates between the two official languages.
Kurdish forces have launched an offensive two weeks ago to break the siege on the city of Ain Arab (Kubani) which is located on the Turkish-Syrian border and linked Qamishli border with Iraq, through the control of the center of Tel alabyad border.
Turkey, which severed ties with the Syrian regime which is led by Bashar al-Assad, is the main country of asylum for the displaced Syrians fleeing the war in their country. It is officially receives today, more than 1.8 million Syrians as well as about 200 thousand Iraqis.