Turkish forces and loyal factions shell a Kurdish-controlled village north Aleppo
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today artillery shelling carried out by the Turkish-backed factions and the Turkish Forces positioned in their bases north of Aleppo.
The shelling targeted Bashemrah village of Shirawa Township in the deployment areas of the Kurdish forces in northern Aleppo, but no information about casualties so far.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on the 6th of February 2020 that the Syrian Observatory sources reported that fierce clashes erupted between Turkish-backed factions and regime forces on frontlines in Al-Tafri’a and Al-Sukkariyah, east of Bizaah town in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo.
The clashes coincided with rocket shelling carried out by Turkish forces stationed in Azaz and Mare’ targeting positions of Kurdish and regime forces in Tal Ref’at and the villages of Sheikh Issa, Baylouniyah, Ain Daqnah, Al-Malekiah, Shawarghah and Tabb Marash in Aleppo countryside.