المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After Turkish Jandarma murdered 478 along borders | Turkey-backed police kill young man at border wall

Aleppo province: A member of the police was killed in Sheran in Afrin countryside in shooting at the border wall with Turkey near Arab Boran village, where he was living.

The Syrian-Turkish borders have witnessed heavy security presence by Jandarma members where the smugglers have been using new methods to enter the civilians into Turkey via under earth tunnels.

It is worth noting that costs of trafficking one person range between 1,000 to 3,000 US dollars.

According to SOHR, the number of Syrian civilians who have been killed by the Turkish Jandarma since the beginning of the Syrian Revolution, has risen to 478 including 87 children under the age of eighteen and 45 females over the age of eighteen.

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