5 Soldiers of the Turkish forces injured in a landmine explosion in rural Ras al-Ayn
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the explosion of a landmine today, targeted a Turkish military vehicle near “Shlah” junction in rural Ras al-Ayn, and according to the Syrian Observatory’s information, 5 members of the Turkish forces were injured in varying wounds and some of them were wounded seriously and transferred to Turkey.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on the 17th of January 2020 that a car-bomb exploded near the headquarters of the Turkish-backed “Al-Rahman Corps” in Hawysh Al-Nasser village in Ras Al-Ain countryside. No information about casualties has been reported yet.
Yesterday, the Observatory sources reported hearing a loud explosion in the Turkish-controlled town of Sluk in the northern countryside of Al-Raqqah. It turned to be caused by a car-bomb explosion that targeted a headquarters of “Ahrar al-Sharqiyyah” in the town.
The attack killed seven members of the Turkish-backed factions including one permanent commander in “Ahrar al-Sharqiyyah”. It also killed three Turkish soldiers.