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Kurdish media: situation in Qamishli calmer following clashes with Syrian government

There was more fighting between the Kurdish Asayish and pro-government National Defense Forces in the northeast Syrian city last night.
Female members of the Syrian Kurdish internal security services known as Asayish march in a procession ahead of the body of their fallen comrade Khalid Hajji, who was killed following clashes with pro-regime forces, during his funeral in Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on April 22, 2021.

Clashes between Kurdish and pro-government forces continued in the northeast Syrian city of Qamishli last night. The situation is calmer today, according to Kurdish media.

Fighting broke out again the evening of April 25 between the pro-government National Defense Forces and Kurdish internal security forces known as Asayish in the city’s Tayy neighborhood, Hawar News Agency reported. Guns and rockets were used.

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