Kurds under attack from Turkey in northern Syria say they will no longer prioritise guarding Islamic State detainees if the offensive continues.
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) currently hold thousands of suspected IS prisoners.
Areas in north-eastern Syria under SDF control have come under heavy bombardment from Turkey since it launched its offensive on Wednesday.
More than 50 civilians have reportedly died on both sides of the border.
Turkey accuses the Kurds of being terrorists and says it wants to drive them away from a “safe zone” reaching some 30km into Syria.
It also plans to resettle more than three million Syrian refugees in the zone who are currently in Turkey.
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Update #1: Kurds say guarding Islamic State prisoners no longer a ‘priority’ (UPI)
Update #2: ISIS revival: Turkish military incursion in Syria is giving jihadists a chance to regroup, says Kurdish-led SDF group (Daily Mail)
WNU Editor: I suspect that food/medicine/and water deliveries are now suspended. Here is an easy prediction. People are going to flee these camps because they nothing to lose.