A joint patrol of Turkish intelligence and “Liwaa Al-Samarqand” faction of Syrian National Army (SNA) arrested two civilians on Tuesday from countryside of Afrin for unknown reasons, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported.
Those civilians were returning from Aleppo city to their village during the arrest, it added.
SOHR has also reported that a woman from Kayla village in Afrin countryside was arrested for dealing with the former autonomous administration in mid-July.
The report read that a patrol of military police arrested four civilians including a woman from Jenderis district in Afrin countryside in late July for dealing with the former autonomous administration.
Meanwhile, at least 311 people, including 12 women and a child have been arrested in the Kurdish-majority city of Afrin. The arrests were made by armed groups of the SNA during the first six months of 2022, Syrians for Truth and Justice (STJ) reported on Friday.
282 of those arrested were released and at least two died as a result of brutal torture, STJ noted. Nevertheless, 28 of the detainees are still unaccounted for.