Kurds protest the Turkish offensive against Syria during a demonstration in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Ako Rasheed
GENEVA - 11 October 2019: The World Food Program (WFP) said on Friday that up to 70,000 Syrians fled their homes due to the Turkish aggression in northern Syria.
The WFP warned of a major humanitarian crisis in the Kurdish areas due to the Turkish offensives, reported Sky News Arabiya.
Meanwhile, Doctors Without Borders organization said a hospital in Tal Abyad in northern Syria was closed after its workers fled due to the fierce Turkish shelling.