In conjunction with the military operation east Euphrates, the Turkish forces and loyal factions escalate their shelling on villages of Aleppo’s northern countryside and the western areas of Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) city • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

In conjunction with the military operation east Euphrates, the Turkish forces and loyal factions escalate their shelling on villages of Aleppo’s northern countryside and the western areas of Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) city

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored intensive shelling targeted various areas controlled by the “Kurdish Forces and the military councils” in Aleppo countryside, where the Turkish Forces and the loyal factions shelled since after midnight until dawn of today places on the outskirts of Malkiyyeh, Mar’anaz, Ayn Daqneh, Sheikh Hilal, Shawargha, Biloniyya, and the vicinity of Tal Rifaat in the northern countryside of Aleppo which are controlled by the Kurdish Forces, in addition to intensive bombardment targeted Seftek, Boban, Zor Mghar, al-Ziyara, and Ashma west of Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) city at the area leading to Jarabulus city, while the sporadic exchange of shelling continues on the west of Ayn al-Arab between both parties, also the area there witnessed violent clashes between both parties last night and lasted for hours, but no information about the extent of casualties so far.

The Syrian Observatory published yesterday evening that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of a person and the injury of 7 others, due to rocket shelling carried out by the forces of “Jarabulus Military Council” on the city of Jarabulus and its vicinity in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo, in the same context, the SOHR monitored clashes took place in areas in the countryside of Manbij city north-east of Aleppo, between the pro-Turkey factions against Manbij Military Council accompanied by shelling and exchange of targeting, amid information about casualties in the ranks of then both parties.

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