Protesting Russia’s inaction towards Turkish attacks | Tens of residents pelt Russian vehicles with stones in Ain al-Arab (Kobani) • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Protesting Russia’s inaction towards Turkish attacks | Tens of residents pelt Russian vehicles with stones in Ain al-Arab (Kobani)

Russian vehicle runs over female protestor

Aleppo province: Syrian Observatory activists have reported seeing patrols of the Russian military police arriving in the perimeter the hospital where the victims of yesterday’s attack by a Turkish drone in Kobani city are located. The Russian military police were supposed to visit the mortuary in Kobani hospital and check the site where the attack took place. However, the patrols stayed outside the hospital for awhile, before tens of civilians gathered in front of the hospital and pelted the Russian armoured vehicles with stones, protesting the Russian inaction towards Turkey’s repeated attacks. As the Russian armoured vehicles were leaving the region, one of them ran over a female protestor who was taken immediately to the Kobani hospital to receive treatment.

 

SOHR sources reported earlier today a spike in the number of deaths in strikes by a Turkish drone on a car in Ain al-Arab city (Kobani), as five people, including two Kurdistani officials, were killed. The death toll is expected to rise further as the attack left several persons injured, some seriously.

 

Yesterday, SOHR sources reported that a Turkish drone targeted a car in Ain al-Arab (Kubani) in east Aleppo countryside. According to SOHR activists, the attack killed two military men who were in a car in the new district in Ain al-Arab.

 

Later, a military force cordoned off the targeted area and prevented any persons from approaching. SOHR have reported that Turkey was willing to launch qualitative operations on the Syrian lands following a Russian approval.

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