Three members of Ankara-backed factions killed in clashes with Kurdish forces in northern Aleppo countryside
Aleppo Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
SOHR sources say that clashes have brock out on frontlines near the town of Mara in northern Aleppo countryside on Tuesday morning, between Kurdish forces on the one hand, and Turkish-backed factions on the other, in an attack launched by Kurdish forces on Turkish-backed factions positions with exchange fire.
The Syrian Observatory has documented the death of three members of Turkish-backed factions in the clashes.
Yesterday, the Syrian Observatory monitored artillery shelling carried out by Turkish-backed factions targeting the south-western frontlines of the city of Azaz and the village of Al-Malikia in Kurdish forces’ deployment sites, north of Aleppo.
Moreover, violent clashes erupted on Maranaz frontline in northern Aleppo countryside, between Turkish-backed factions on the one hand, and Kurdish forces on the other hand. Clashes were accompanied by shelling and exchanged fire, leaving three members of Turkish-backed factions dead and injuring others.