syndication.ap.orgIn this Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016 photo, a building is seen with heavy damage in Aleppo, Syria. The fighting around Syria's largest city of Aleppo has brought government forces closer to the Turkish border than at any point in recent years, routing rebels from key areas and creating a humanitarian disaster as tens of thousands of people flee. (Alexander Kots/Komsomolskaya Pravda via AP)
BEIRUT (AP) — Turkey shelled positions held by a U.S.-backed Kurdish militia in northern Syria for a second day on Sunday, drawing condemnation from the Syrian government, whose forces are advancing against insurgents in the same area under the cover of Russian airstrikes.
14:04 Turkey unleashing fury of airstrikes against US-backed Syrian Kurdish forces
00:18 Russia and Syria pause in bombing of rebel-held sections of Aleppo
12:28 Syrian army and Russian jets halt Aleppo bombardment for second day
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