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Turkish-backed Syrian rebel group holds 'graduation' for new fighters

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Syrian fighters fire weapons, rappel down buildings and stage mock raids during a graduation ceremony for new recruits joining the Samarkand Brigade, part of the First Legion of the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army in Afrin in northern Syria.

Added on the 11/04/2021 18:53:33 - Copyright : AFP EN

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