Kurdish YPG fighters have expelled ISIS terrorists from Syrian city of Kobani on Saturday and took back full control of the town on the Turkish border, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.The clashes still continue between the YPG fighters and the terrorist group to the south of Kobani, the Observatory ' s founder Rami Abdulrahman asserted.Read More:Death Toll in Kobani Reaches 145 on Friday ISIS has murdered more than 200 people in the Kobani area since launching a raid on the town early on Thursday, he added. Reporting to AFP, local journalist Rudi Mohammad Amin said that “all of Kobani is again under the control of the YPG.”