Clashes continue between SDF and Turkey-loyal groups in Ras al-Ayn countryside causing casualties and injuries • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Clashes continue between SDF and Turkey-loyal groups in Ras al-Ayn countryside causing casualties and injuries

Clashes continue in places at the areas of Om Eshbeh, Madb’aah, Bab al-Khair, and Mrikiz in the countryside of the Ras al-Ayn, between the Syria Democratic Forces against the Turkey-loyal armed groups, accompanied by exchange of targeting, and the Syrian Observatory learned that the intensity of clashes decreased, while 2 fighters of the Syria Democratic Forces were killed during the targeting and clashes in the area, and information about casualties and injuries in the ranks of both the attackers, while the Turkey-loyal factions continue to prevent the convoy of the Kurdish Red Crescent and an American humanitarian organization from entering Ras al-Ayn (Sari Kani) city.

As a result of the continuous battels, the death toll among the Syria Democratic Forces, military councils and internal security forces since the start of the Turkish military operation on Wednesday afternoon have risen to 233, which the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the killing of 5 members of the regime forces and the injury of others in missile shelling by the Turkish Forces and the faction target northwest Manbij and east of Ayn Issa town in places of deployment of the regime forces, also the number of deaths among Syrian factions loyal to Ankara and the pro-Turkey cells killed in the attacks and clashes with the SDF during the same period reached 187, including 21 of the cells loyal to Ankara killed in clashes with the SDF, in addition to 9 Turkish soldiers were killed during the battels, amid information about more dead Turks on the Turkish-Syrian border, and the number of those killed is likely to rise due to the high number of wounded, some of them in dangerous situations.

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