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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Turkish attacks | Forces renew shelling Ain Issa and Tal Abyad

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored, this morning, renewed rocket fire by Turkish forces on SDF-held areas in northern countryside of Raqqa. Turkish rocket shells fell on places in the villages of Khalidiya and Hoshan in the western countryside of Tel Abyad and near the town of Ain Issa. No casualties have been reported so far.

Yesterday, SOHR sources said that two Turkish-backed militiamen were killed and three others were injured, as a landmine exploded in their military vehicle. The explosion was followed by an attack with heavy machineguns on SDF members on the frontlines of Tinah village near M4 highway in northern Al-Raqqah.

Meanwhile, another landmine exploded in a military vehicles which was on its way to evacuate the militiamen injured in the first explosion. However, the second explosion has left no casualties.

It is worth noting that SDF had planted landmines in this village which is located near the frontlines with the factions.

On the other hand, Turkish-backed factions renewed shelling the SDF-controlled villages of Houshan and Al-Khalidiyyah in Ain Issa countryside. No casualties were reported.

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