Salwa and her father are reported to be in a refugee camp in Southern Turkey, joining the 3.7 million Syrian refugees now living in Turkey.
The US State Dept. said that the US stands by its "NATO ally Turkey".
"All known" Syrian government targets are under fire by Turkish air and land support units.
The Turkish Defense Ministry has blamed the Kurdish YPG militia for the attack.
Turkish and Syrian intelligence chiefs reportedly discussed a ceasefire in rebel-held Idlib and the status of eastern-based Kurdish forces.
Turkey’s narrative is slowly changing on its expanding role in northern Syria.
As outlined at the UN General Assembly, Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s plan is to resettle two million Syrian refugees in this “safe zone” at a cost of $53 billion.
The Turkish military is more than capable of defending its borders without invading Syria. Its fully modern military is the second largest in NATO, and fourth in terms of firepower.
While many other western NGOs and journalists left after October 13, fearing the Syrian regime might take over some area the US was leaving, FBR was going forward.
There had been reports of "several incidents of what we consider war crimes," said Trump's special envoy for Syria, James Jeffrey.