IED explosion leaves three Turkish-backed fighters dead in a warehouse containing their loot, south of Ras Al-Ain
Hasaka province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
SOHR sources say that an improvised explosive device (IED) exploded this evening at one of the headquarters of Turkish-backed factions in the village of Douira, south of Ras al-Ain.
According to Observatory sources, the explosion occurred in the warehouse where stolen wheat and barley from “Peace Spring” areas are kept. The explosion killed three warehouse guards.
On March 12, SOHR sources said that the total death toll of Tal Half’s car-bomb explosion in Ras al-Ain countryside “Sari Kani” risen to five, three fighters of Turkish-backed factions, and two Turkish soldiers. Eight members were also injured, including Turkish soldiers. The explosion caused extensive damage in the surrounding area.
SOHR sources said earlier that a loud explosion was heard in Ras Al-Ain countryside, north of Al-Hasakah. The explosion was caused by a car-bomb targeting a military checkpoint affiliated with Turkish-backed National Army factions, in Tal Halaf town in Ras Al-Ain countryside. The attack resulted in the killing of two fighters of Turkish-backed factions, while eight others sustained injuries.