Eastern Aleppo | Turkish forces shell "Kurdish Front" areas in rural Al-Bab and Manbij • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Eastern Aleppo | Turkish forces shell “Kurdish Front” areas in rural Al-Bab and Manbij

Aleppo Province- Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:

SOHR activists say that Turkish forces shelled, with several shells, frontline of the village of Al-Bughaz, which is under the control of SDF, west of Manbij, in the eastern Aleppo countryside.

Meanwhile, Turkish forces stationed at Jab al-Dam base also shelled, with heavy weapons, the village of Kor Hoyuk, located in eastern countryside of al-Bab, eastern Aleppo, but no casualties have been reported.

On February 1, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored rocket attacks by Turkish forces and their proxy factions stationed in al-Sukkaria area in eastern Aleppo countryside, targeting the village of Al-Houta, which is controlled by Kurdish front forces, causing material damage. No casualties were reported.

On January 13, the Syrian Observatory monitored ongoing skirmishes and exchange of shelling between Turkish forces and proxy factions on the one hand, and the forces of the “Manbij Military Council” and the Military Council of Al-Bab” on the other.

Al-Degelbash frontline in countryside of Al-Bab witnessed clashes between the Council of Al-Bab and Ankara-backed factions. The Military Council of Al-Bab shelled areas in the villages of Abbla and Hazwan in the countryside of Al-Bab, while Turkish forces shelled the villages of al-Jamusiya, Um Jaloud, Um Adasseh and Al-Sayadah, which is controlled by the forces of the “Manbij Military Council” in rural Manbij.

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