Turkish military killed over 1,300 ISIS fighters, chief of staff claims

The Turkish military's chief of staff, Gen. Hulusi Akar, said Wednesday that the country's army had killed at least 1,300 ISIS fighters in battles against them in Syria and Iraq and destroyed positions, buildings, weapons and tanks of the organization. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan previously claimed that his country's forces had killed about 3,000 ISIS fighters, saying no country had fought the terrorist organization as Turkey had done.

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