4 Turkish soldiers were wounded in YPG/PKK attack targeting Turkish military bases in northern Syria on Sunday.
Fault movements continue shaking ground in southern Türkiye as the country deals with the aftermath of widespread devastation caused by two powerful earthquakes on February 6.
Türkiye steps up relief efforts to quake-hit provinces as death toll in the country reaches 44,218. Death toll in Syria is more than 5,800 people.
Turkish President Erdogan declares a state of emergency in 10 provinces as rescuers continue to dig through the rubble in a race to find survivors of deadly quakes that hit Türkiye and neighbouring Syria on Monday.
While differences remain between Ankara and Damascus over the Syrian civil war, both sides share concerns about the presence of the YPG/PKK terror group in northern Syria.
Identified only as MM, the terrorist was nabbed from the border province of Hatay while trying to sneak into Türkiye, the National Defence Ministry has said.
Separately, three PKK/YPG terrorists nabbed while trying to enter Türkiye from Syria, says National Defence Ministry.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that Ankara has asked for Russia's support and discussed mutual steps in northern Syria, where Türkiye has hinted to carry out a ground operation.
During one of the operations, Turkish security forces nabbed 13 Daesh and five YPG/PKK terrorists in northern Syrian cities of Al Bab and Jarablus.
Speaking at Türkiye's southeastern Sanliurfa province near the Syrian border, Recep Tayyip Erdogan says "attacks will not dampen our resolve" and that the security corridor will "definitely" be complete.
As the country marks the sixth anniversary of the cross-border operation, here's a quick summary of the gains Turkish armed forces made against Daesh and the YPG/PKK in northeastern Syria.
The terrorists were planning an attack on the "peace and security" of the Operation Euphrates Shield zone, Turkish National Defense Ministry said.
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