Northern Aleppo countryside | Unidentified missiles hit primitive oil refineries • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Northern Aleppo countryside | Unidentified missiles hit primitive oil refineries

Aleppo Governorate – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:

SOHR activists have reported explosions in north-eastern Aleppo countryside, as unknown rockets targeted the primitive oil refineries in the village of Al-Maza’ala, west of the city of Jarabulus in eastern Aleppo countryside, but no casualties have been reported so far.

On February 10, SOHR activists said that five people, including three unidentified, were killed and four others were injured in surface-to-surface missiles fired by the Russian military base in Hmeimim on the oil refineries in the village of Tarhin in the areas held by Turkish-backed factions in Aleppo countryside. The strikes resulted in fires and significant damage to civilians’ property.

On January 9, large blazes broke out in primitive oil refineries near Tarhin village in areas under the control of Turkish-backed factions in the northern countryside of Aleppo. Reports suggest that the blazes were caused by a strike by an unknown drone which was seen flying over the area.

On December 20, SOHR activists reported hearing several explosions in Tarhin area which is under the control of Turkish-backed factions in the countryside of Al-Bab city in northern Aleppo. The explosions were caused by airstrikes by a drone which dropped several bombs on the area of the primitive oil refineries. The attack caused material damage and fires, but no casualties were reported.

On October 23, SOHR activists documented the death of seven civilians as a result of high-explosive rockets fired from the Russian base of “Hmeimim”, targeting oil market and primitive refineries in Al-Kusa village near Jarabulus city in areas under the control of Turkish-backed factions in north-eastern Aleppo.

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