11 bombings hit areas of Operation “Peace Spring” in less than a month, killing and wounding about 180 civilians and fighters
Once the Turkish forces and their affiliated factions took control of the cities, towns and villages of northern Syria as part of Operation “Peace Spring”; chaos and insecurity prevailed in these areas as the Turkish-backed factions were busy stealing and looting houses, shops, silos, laboratories and lands. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored 11 booby traps that exploded in al-Raqqa and al-Hasakah villages near the Syrian-Turkish border during the period from late October to Tuesday, November 26. These explosions hit Tal Abyad city, Hammam al-Turkman and Selouk in Northern Raqqa countryside, in addition to Tal Halaf in the western countryside of Ras al-Ain (Sri Kanyee) north of Hasakah.
Eight of those bombings were car bombs while the other three were motorcycle bombs, resulting in heavy casualties among civilians and combatants of the Turkish-backed factions. The SOHR documented the death of 50 at least; 20 civilians including 5 children, in addition to 30 of the Turkish-backed National Army. Meanwhile, at least 128 civilians and military personnel have been wounded in varying degrees; some of them seriously injured while others suffered permanent disabilities.