In full sight of Russian troops | Residents of Ain Issa in northern Raqqa flee their area, as Turkish shelling on the region continues
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored the arrival of Russian forces in areas hit by Turkish rocket fire in the town of Ain Issa in northern countryside of Raqqa, which is under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces, coinciding with the displacement of the people from the area in light of the ongoing military escalation by Turkish forces and their proxy factions, without any reaction from the Russians.
SOHR activists said that Turkish forces renewed their rocket attack, this morning, targeting areas in the town of Ain Issa, which is under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces, in northern countryside of Raqqa, injuring two children and their mother, and causing material damage to the property of civilians.
Yesterday, Syrian Observatory activists monitored rocket fire by Syria Democratic Forces hitting positions of Turkish-backed factions nearby Sayda village in Ain Issa countryside in northern Al-Raaqqah.
Meanwhile, Turkish forces responded to SDF rocket attacks by shelling SDF positions in the area, but no casualties were reported.