The deal, announced late last Thursday, is meant to halt a Turkish-led offensive against Kurdish forces launched on Oct 9, on condition that they pull out of a "safe zone" on the Syrian side of the border.
"But the SDF have said from day one of this ceasefire that they will be withdrawing their forces from an area considerably smaller than that, from Ras al-Ain to the town of Tal Abyad", he added.
American volunteers search the rubble of a house for the bodies of victims in the border town of Ras al-Ayn, northeastern Syria.
The Kurdish pull out has so far not extended beyond Ras al-Ayn.
In the footage, one of the group shouts: 'Desist sons of Muwali. We've come to behead you, you infidels, you apostates. God willing, we're coming for you'.
"We know the regime, we lived with them before", said Haifa Ahmad, the mother of four living in the refugee camp.
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Reporters Without Borders also spoke out against the attacks, reminding Turkish and Syrian authorities that "any attack on journalists is strictly prohibited under worldwide law, which requires belligerents to protect media personnel along with humanitarian personnel and all other civilians".
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Syrian Kurds will withdraw from border in accordance with United States deal
The border town of Kobani also stands between Turkish-controlled Syrian territories to the west and Kurdish-held eastern Syria. Turkey considers the Syrian Kurdish groups terrorists for their links to a decades-long Kurdish insurgency inside Turkey.
A spokesperson for The Kurdish-led Syria Democratic Forces issued a statement on Sunday, that said Kurdish soldiers have completely withdrawn from the city. But Sunday's attack has underlined how fragile the agreement is.
Syrian Kurdish journalists Saad Ahmad, a reporter for the Kurdish news agency Hawar News (ANHA), and Mohamed Hossien Rasho, a reporter for Çira TV, were killed instantly in the airstrike that targeted their vehicle travelling between the northern Syrian towns of Qamishli and Ras al-Ain.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants Syrian government forces to move out of areas near the Turkish border so he can resettle up to 2 million refugees there, his spokesman told The Associated Press on Saturday.
"We will do everything we can to ensure that this ceasefire lasts longer than five days and puts a halt to the invasion for the time being", Mr. Maas said. Turkey also wants to resettle some of the 3.6 million Syrian refugees now on its soil in the border "safe zone".
On Sunday, Syrian Kurdish forces said they had withdrawn from the besieged Syrian border town of Ras al-Ayn - with a predominantly Kurdish population - as part of a USA -brokered cease-fire.
He says only after that will his forces pull back from the area between the towns of Ras al-Ayn and Tal-Aybad. It will withdraw and move back from the border 30 kilometers (19 miles).
This is the first time the Kurdish force has publicly acknowledged it will withdraw from the border, saying it has coordinated it with the Americans. The agreement did not specify the area of the pullback.
Turkey wants to push Kurdish fighters away from its southern border by establishing a 30km-deep "safe zone" on the Syrian side of the frontier.