Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria says mercenaries attacked camp and opened gates to release captives

The Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria said 785 foreign individuals affiliated with the Islamic State have escaped the camp where they were being held following heavy Turkish shelling.

In an apparent reference to Turkish-backed Syrian insurgents, the Kurds said that mercenaries had attacked the camp where Daesh – as Isis is also known – “elements” attacked camp guards and opened the gates.

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