Around 10 Turkish-baked militants killed in clashes with “Internal Security Forces” in Ras Al-Ain and its southern hubs
Fierce clashes erupted in Ras al-Ain city “Sri Kanye” and Umm al-Khair village, south of the city, between the internal security forces “Asayish” and the armed cells loyal to Turkey, where the clashes lasted for hours, causing the cut off the road of Ras al-Ain-Hasakah. The clashes resulted in the killing of nine Turkish-backed militants, in addition to the arrest of others, and the death of three members of the “Asayish” in the same clashes.
Meanwhile, Turkish artillery bombed the outskirts of the village of Ein Dewar in the countryside of Al-Malikiyah city, amid the over flights of Turkish planes over the area, while reciprocal targeting took place between SDF and Turkish forces sporadically on the axis of Ein Dewar.
The Syrian Observatory published recently that the Turkish commandos entered the village of Bir Asheq east of the city of Tel Abyad on the border with Turkey, where the troops are stationed inside houses in the village, in conjunction with the process of controlling the village with the help of sleeper cells in the village. In addition, clashes are now taking place between the Syria Democratic Forces and Turkish forces on the axis of the land village west of Tel Abyad, in an attempt to control the village.