Turkey's hardline Syrian factions abducted 10 civilians, including a woman, from a village in the northern Syrian city of Afrin, the Hawar news agency reported.
The Kurdish news agency quoted local sources as saying that the faction gunmen abducted 10 civilians, including a woman from the village of "Joeq" of the city of Afrin, and took them to an unknown destination.
The agency cited the names of the kidnapped persons (Mohammed Qasim, Nihad Gharib, Bakr Wahid, Abdo Subhi Issa, Idris Rashid Arab, Yahya Hussein Rashid, Fathi Amara, Mohammed Haj Mahmoud, Hanif Issa, and Moulida wife Adnan Qaji).
Earlier in the day, the agency reported that the Turkish occupation forces had abducted 20 civilians from the village of "Marata" in the countryside of Afrin during the past two days.
Turkish factions often detain civilians for Money and other reprisals without real charges, according to press reports.
Translation: Adar Press.