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Aleppo | Turkish-backed factions target Kurdish positions with heavy machineguns

Aleppo Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: SOHR sources have reported that factions of the Turkish-backed “National Army” have targeted, with heavy machineguns, Kurdish positions on the frontlines of Abla in the west of Al-Bab city in the eastern countryside of Aleppo. Meanwhile, the National Army’s factions have fired several rockets on the Kurdish-controlled village of Mar’naz near Azaz city in northern Aleppo. No casualties have been reported.

 

A few hours ago, SOHR sources reported renewed clashes on Kafr Khasher frontline in north Aleppo countryside, between Turkish-backed factions and Kurdish forces in the area. The clashes accompanied by shelling and exchange of fire, but no casualties were reported.

 

Yesterday, SOHR sources reported Turkish rocket attacks on positions in the Kurdish-controlled village of Mar’naz in the northern countryside of Aleppo, but no casualties were reported.

 

On the other hand, Kurdish forces targeted a vehicle on the road between Azaz and Afrin with a rocket, which caused material damage. Also, a child was injured after another rocket fired by Kurdish forces hit the area.

 

While on Monday, Observatory activists documented the death of three Ankara-backed fighters, including two members of the Islamic movement of “Ahrar al-Sham”, as a result of clashes with Kurdish forces on the Maranaz frontline in northern Aleppo countryside, following an attack by the factions, backed by Turkish forces. Two regime soldiers were also injured as a shell fell on their post in the conflict zones.

 

Moreover, exchange of rocket attacks continued between Kurdish forces and factions, south of Azaz town in northern Aleppo countryside, where the factions blocked Azaz-Afrin road due to the exchange of fire.

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