Death toll update | Turkish ground shelling on Abu Raseen district leaves eight casualties • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Death toll update | Turkish ground shelling on Abu Raseen district leaves eight casualties

Al-Hasakah province: SOHR activists have documented the death of a civilian affected by the wounds she sustained due to the rocket and artillery fire by Turkish forces and their proxies on Abu Raseen (Zarkan) district.

Accordingly, the number of fatalities due to the shelling has raised to three while five other people were injured. The victims were a woman and her son in Al-Asadiyah village, and her sister who died affected by the wounds she sustained a few hours ago.

Moreover, two SDF members were injured in Turkish ground shelling.

Sources added that dozens of missiles and artillery shells hit the center of Abu Raseen (Zarkan) district and nearby villages all the way to Tel Tamr countryside in the north western countryside of Al-Hasakah.

While SDF shelled areas under control of Turkish forces and their proxies, however no casualties have been reported.

SOHR activists have just documented the death of a child and his mother in Al-Asadiyah in Abu Raseen (Zarkan) countryside in addition to the injury of four others and two SDF members, due to Turkish ground shelling on Abu Raseen (Zarkan) north western of Al-Hasakah.

Turkish artillery shelled a mosque in the town, and shelled Al-Asadiyah, Al-Khadrawy, Al-Nuawyhaat, Al-Madmoura, Aniq Al-Hawa, Dada Abdal and Al-Rubay’at villages.

Moreover, Turkish forces fired missiles and artillery shells on Tel Tamr countryside in the north western countryside of Al-Hasakah, where the shells hit “Tel Shinan” village eastern to the centre of Tel Tamr district, Al-Dirdara village northern to the centre of the district, Um Al-Kaif, Tel Goma’a and Tel Karabit villages eastern to the center of district.

Earlier today, Turkish forces and their proxies fired intensive rockets and artillery shells on Abu Raseen (Zarkan) area and its western countryside, Targeting “Dada Abdal, Madhmoura, Rabi’at, Khadrawi, Aniq Al-Hawa, and Abu Rasin” towns in the northwestern countryside of Hasakah, according to SOHR sources.
Turkish forces and their factions also bombed Fatasa village in the eastern countryside of Ain Issa, the “capital of the autonomous administration” north of Al-Raqqa. No casualties were reported.
On December 29, SOHR activists reported that the Turkish forces fired artillery shells on Khalidiyah village and the “M4” road between Aleppo and Al-Hasakah in Ain Issa northern of Al-Raqqa.

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