Turkey has turned a school in northern Syria back into an education center Thursday after it was used as a base by the terror group YPG/PKK.

The transformation came amid Turkey’s anti-terror operations in northern Syria.

A month of renovations at the school were just completed, said a Thursday statement by the governor’s office in Sanliurfa, southern Turkey, on the border with Syria.

The Nukra School in Ras al-Ayn, Syria has 13 classrooms and is ready for elementary and middle school students.

The statement said students were given clothing and stationery supplies, while local boys got free haircuts.

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