The group is accused of abducting, threatening, and deceiving hundreds of vulnerable minors for recruitment, a special report seen by TRT World reveals.
One Kobane doctor says, its no longer Daesh but the Syrian offshoot of the PKK which they fear. Turkey hosts around 300,000 ethnic Kurds from across the border, Ankara has said in the past.
The victims, discovered west of Daesh's former bastion, were executed, Syrian state media SANA says.
In the aftermath of Saturday's twin blasts, there is a growing perception among Turks that foreign powers have ignored Turkey's security concerns in the Middle East and emboldened anti-state terror groups.
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