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Heartwarming pictures of Syrian children hugging troops as they free their town from ISISJoyous Syrian children rush to embrace soldiers after their besieged town was liberated from Islamic State ext

remists . Special forces, tanks and jets launched the offensive in support of Syrian rebels who quickly took the Jarablus district of Aleppo. Infantrymen handed out sweets and food to families who thanked them for bringing months of hell to an end. The operation, code-named Euphrates Shield, is aimed at clearing terrorist groups from the Turkish border region. Syria’s beleaguered government, headed by dictator Bashar al-Assad , fiercely condemned the campaign and blasted it as a breach of the country’s sovereignty. Read MoreRelated ArticlesTurkish tanks and F-16s enter

Syria to wipeout ISIS targets days after wedding suicide bomb atrocity Children run to thank soldiers who freed their town from ISIS (Image: Getty) But defiant Turkish PM Binali Yildirim insisted: “From the beginning we have

been defending Turkey’s territorial integrity. “We are also defending Syria’s territorial integrity. The aim of these

terrorist organisations is to form a state in these countries. They wil

l never succeed. “We will continue our operations [in Syria] until we fully guarantee security of life and property for our citizens and the security of our border. Smoke rises from the Syrian border town of Jarablus as it is pictured from the Turkish town of Karkamis (Image: Reuters) “We will continue until Daesh [Islamic State] and other terrorist elements are taken out.” Turkey, a NATO member and part of the US-led coalition against Islamic State, has been targeted by a series of deadly bombings this year. But the country also fears Kurdish militias in Syria will seize border territory and embolden insurgents on its own soil. The military operation has also been met with anger among an alliance of 23 Kurdish parties in Syria. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to

playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now In a joint statement last week, they called for a compl

ete withdrawal of all Turkish forces from the country and accused the Turkish government of trying to occupy Syria under the pretence of fighting terrorism. Last week the militant Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, claimed responsibility for a suicide attack that killed 11 people at a po

lice HQ in Cizre, south-east Turkey. President Tayyip Erdogan

said further attacks would increase Turkey’s determination as it fights terrorist groups at home and abroad. Meanwhile, families evacuated from the Syrian town

of Daraya have also 蜜桃多排列三12134期看彩 spoken of their joy as their children were able to taste fresh fruit and vegetables after living on grass and soup during four years of civil war. A Turkish army tank driving towards Syria in the Turkish-Syrian border city of Karkamis, in the southern region of Gaziantep (Image: Getty) At least 4,000 people were escorted out by government forces, who declared they h

ad taken full control. The Damascus suburb was one of the first to rise up against Assad in 2011 and has been levelled by a fierce campaign. Rebels agreed to end the onslaught by giving up the area. US Secretary of State John Kerry

and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov have also met in Geneva, Switzerland, to finalise an agreement on fighting Islamist militants in Syria. Such a deal could, in theory, pave the way for a political transition to end the five-year conflict.