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Time Magazine: Erdogan's regime, its mercenaries kill civilians, practice ethnic cleansing in Syria.

Washington, SANA- The Time Magazine affirmed that there are reports and intelligence which indicate that forces of the Turkish regime and its mercenaries have committed crimes that include killing civilians and ethnic cleansing in the areas which they have occupied during the Turkish aggression on the Syrian territories.

Four U.S. military and intelligence officials told the Time "They fear that the forces committing those war crimes may be using weapons that the U.S. sold to Turkey," adding that these officials say "they are concerned that worse could lie ahead. "

The magazine indicated that this intelligence has led some U.S. analysts to conclude that Turkey and its mercenaries may be preparing to a vast demographic change in the area, adding that there are increasing worries that this will lead to committing wide-scale war crimes, in addition to causing a humanitarian crisis combined with renewed fighting which could accelerate the return of Daesh (ISIS).

Earlier, photos and videos published by Erdogan's mercenaries showed the ugliness of the crimes perpetrated by those mercenaries who conducted horrific executions of civilians in northeastern Syria.

Meanwhile, British "The Times" Newspaper also revealed that there is evidence which affirms that the forces of the Turkish regime have used the internationally-banned white phosphorous substance in their aggression against the Syrian territories.

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Date:Oct 29, 2019
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