Turkish forces launched a shelling this evening, Wednesday, in the vicinity of a camp for the displaced in the countryside of Aleppo in northern Syria, according to what was reported by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The observatory said that the Turkish forces stationed at the Kiljabrin base (west of the town of Marea) The vicinity of the village of Tal Qarah and the vicinity of Sardam camp for the displaced in the village of Tal Sussin, which are located within the areas of influence of the Kurdish forces in the northern countryside of Aleppo, were bombed, resulting in material losses, without information about casualties reported so far.
In turn, the “Kurdish Ronahi” TV confirmed that the Turkish army and the factions loyal to it bombed Tal Sussin in the countryside of Aleppo intensively.
The Syrian Observatory documented the killing of a young man and the injury of others on February 15 as a result of artillery shelling. It was carried out by the “Al-Bab Military Council Forces” of the “Syrian Democratic Forces” on the village of Umm Adasa and Al-Sukariya. Simultaneously, the Turkish forces bombed from their military base in the village of Al-Sukkariyah the villages of Al-Buwayhij, Wajib Makhzoum and Al-Houta in the eastern countryside of Al-Bab city in the eastern countryside of Aleppo, without information about casualties.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also monitored shelling. A missile was carried out by the Kurdish forces on areas in the village of Kafr Kalbin, which is under the control of the pro-Ankara factions, which are located within the Turkish influence areas in the northern countryside of Aleppo, without information about casualties.
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