UN sounds alarm over critical water situation after a week with no supplies, while Turkey says it is helping civilians leave through a corridor.
Ankara launched operation "Olive Branch" in northern Syria nearly two months ago to sweep the Syrian Kurdish YPG, which it views as a terrorist group, from the Turkish border.
Turkey's military says it has 'neutralised' 3347 YPG fighters, which it describes as terrorists, since its cross-border Afrin operation began in late January.
Ankara says the UN Security Council's resolution only affects Eastern Ghouta and not its military operation
Turkey warns of grave consequences across the border in Afrin after pro-Syrian government forces move into the Kurdish region.
The Turkish military said two soldiers on board the aircraft died when it crashed during an offensive on Syrian Kurdish militias.
Seven Turkish soldiers were killed by Kurdish militia as operation 'Olive Branch' entered its 16th day.