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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Eastern Aleppo countryside | SDF infiltrates into Turkish-backed factions’ positions, amid intensive ground shelling on frontlines

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored, this evening, violent clashes with heavy weapons, between Turkish-backed factions and the SDF’s Al-Bab Military Council, coinciding with an infiltration attempt by groups of the latter SDF into the positions of the Turkish-backed factions on Toukhar frontline, south of Jarabulus. No casualties have been reported.

On October 26, SOHR activists reported rocket attacks by Turkish forces stationed in Al-Yashili village, Sheikh Nasser, and the villages of Jableh, Al-Sayyadah, Kurhayouk and Al-Kawikly in rural Manbij in the eastern countryside of Aleppo.

The Turkish bombardment coincides with clashes with medium and heavy machineguns between Turkish-backed factions on one hand, and the SDF-backed “Manbij Military Council Forces” and regime forces stationed in these areas on the other. However, no casualties have been reported so far.

On October 24, SOHR sources reported that positions of the SDF-affiliated “Manbij Military Council” in Al-Sajour in the eastern countryside of Aleppo came under the Turkish fire.

Turkish forces and their proxies also shelled Houshariyyah Tukhar and Awn Al-Dadat villages in areas under the control of the SDF-affiliated “Al-Bab Military Council”, which caused material damage, but no casualties were reported.

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