المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After storming house and assaulting woman | Security tension and clashes erupt between Turkish-backed factions in Tel Abyad

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored a security tension evolving into clashes between military police and members of the third central of al-Jabha al-Shamiya, after members of the military police stormed a house in the city of Tel Abyad within the areas of “Peace Spring”, north of Raqqa, beating a woman from the city. While tension is still prevailing in the city between both sides to date.

Yesterday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a great tension in Ras al-Ain (Seri Kanier), following clashes between two Turkish-backed factions which left two people dead.

The appointment of the new director of Ras al-Ain border crossing with Turkey remains an issue, which sparks disputes and divisions among Turkish-backed factions, while those factions formed an alliance against “al-Hamza Division”, which supports the new director of the crossing.

On the other hand, “Ahrar al-Sharqia” sent in reinforcement to the village of Masba’a in Ras al-Ain countryside for the third day in a row.

Moreover, a Turkish delegation from the Turkish base near the village of Masba’a visited and met with elders and dignitaries there to discuss the situation and calm things down.

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