Syrian rebel describes re-taking city from IS
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ISIS removed from Syrian town by Turkish-backed rebel forces

Turkish forces have moved into northern Syria in support of Syrian rebels fighting so-called Islamic State. It has resulted in the town of Jarablus being taken back from the extremists.

BBC Radio 4's Today spoke to Zakaria Karesly, a Free Syrian Army officer who took part in the assault, who said the so-called Islamic State had been wholly removed from the city and there had been minimal casualties.

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