Supplies dwindling in Syria's Afrin city hospital after attacks - director

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  • Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018

FILE PHOTO: Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army fighters are seen near Mount Barsaya, northeast of Afrin, Syria January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi/File Photo

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Supplies are dwindling in the main hospital of Syria's Afrin city, which has taken in 48 people killed and 86 wounded in recent Turkish attacks, its director said on Wednesday.

Ankara launched an air and ground offensive nearly two weeks ago against the Afrin region, opening a new front in Syria's multi-sided war to target Kurdish fighters in northern Syria.

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