Clashes between (YPG) and the “national defense” militias in al-Qamishli

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 10 March, 2016
Kurdish People's Protection Units’ fighters in Qamishli - ElDorar AlShamia

ElDorar AlShamia:
Activists group of ElDorar AlShamia News Network reported that a row erupted between the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) and the  “National Defense” pro regime militias east of al-Qamishli city, which evolved into an armed confrontation that left dead and wounded on both sides.
The activists group said that the reason for the dispute between the parties is the village of "Khirbet Ammo" which is under the control of the al-Assad regime, where the Kurdish units consider this village a part of their regions, and should be under their control, which has led the later to send a military force to control it, and in return the “National Defense” militias brought reinforcements from the regiment-154.
The group continued that the clashes began yesterday and continues until the morning, and took place during which eight people dead and 12 injured from both sides, while a group of (YPG) militia were trapped in a school of the village.
According to people close to the operational coordinator (coordinator between (YPG) and the coalition forces), he called on the coalition aerial support, but the latter refused, berated them  asking them to withdraw immediately from the village.