SURVIVORS of the fighting in Kobani have spoken of the horrors they witnessed as Isis militants took control of parts of the town from Kurdish forces.
Refugees in Suruc, Tukey, have told The Daily Mail how relatives and neighbours were beheaded by the militants, while another spoke of how he had seen "hundreds" of decapitated corpses in the besieged town.
On Friday, the UN Syria envoy warned the hundreds still trapped in Kobani will be "massacred" by militants if the town falls, where only a small corridor remains open for people to flee.
More than 200,000 have already escaped across the border to Turkey but up to 700 remain inside the town.
The battle for the Syrian town has also sparked major protests in Turkey against its perceived inaction. Kurdish protesters have repeatedly clashed with security forces, leaving at least 31 people, including two police officers, dead.
Amin Fajar, 38, a father-of-four who left Kobani and made it across the border and into Suruc, told The Daily Mail: "I have seen tens, maybe hundreds, of bodies with their heads cut off.
"Others with just their hands or legs missing. I have seen faces with their eyes or tongues cut out - I can never forget it for as long as I live."
Isis militants have laid siege to the town of Kobani for nearly four weeks and fought their way into it in recent days.
They have reportedly taken control of almost half of the town.
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