The US-led Coalition’s presence in Syria is of temporary nature and may end any moment, a senior Kurdish politician declared.
Kurdish Asayish security forces have used live bullets to disperse protesters in the city of Raqqa on Wednesday, local activists reported.
Kurdish SDF-linked police broke up civilians protesting against the closure of Christian schools.
Dozens of Raqqa citizens were reportedly hospitalized after drinking infected water.
Unknown gunmen have reportedly attacked the US-backed Kurdish unit in al Tabqah city of Raqqa province.
A joint committee for local governance has been established by the Syrian government and the Kurdish administration, Kurdish sources reported.
Local council of Afrin, established under supervision of the Turkish authorities, has changed Kurdish names of the city’s squares, naming one of them after the Turkish President Rejep Erdogan.