Amid flight by Russian jet over Manbij | Turkish forces shell Manbij and Tel Abyad countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Amid flight by Russian jet over Manbij | Turkish forces shell Manbij and Tel Abyad countryside

A Russian warplane was flying over Manbij city in the eastern countryside of Aleppo, along with Turkish forces shelling on Zor Maghar, Al-Mahsanly and Sayyad villages in Manbij countryside.

Moreover, Turkish forces fired artillery shells on Kobralak and Jarn villages in Tel Abyad countryside, north of Al-Raqqa.

A few hours ago, SOHR activists reported that Turkish forces fired heavy artillery shells on an Al-Asayesh building in the centre of Abo Rasen (Zarkan) district northwestern of Al-Hasakah, damaging the building. Meanwhile the communication services are cut off the area.

This coincided with extensive ground shelling, and displacement of residents towards safer areas following the Turkish military escalation and damages to public institutions.

Turkish forces fired heavy artillery shells on a cellular communications tower in Abo Rasen town (Zarkan), cutting communication services off the residents.

SOHR activists reported that Turkish forces shelled the centre of Abo Rasen town, Al-Boby and Dada Abdal villages.

Moreover, Turkish forces shelled Al-Tawela and Tel Tawil villages in Tel Tamr countryside north western of Al-Hasakah.

Earlier today, reliable SOHR sources reported intensive rocket and artillery fire by Turkish forces and factions of the “National Army” on the Assyrian village of Tel Taweel and Al-Tawilah and Sukkar Al-Ohaymar villages in the western countryside of Tel Tamr in north-western Al-Hasakah. However, no further details were reported yet about the number of casualties and material damage caused by the recent bombardment.

This coincided with a propaganda by Turkish media outlets about imminent incursion into SDF-held areas in north Syria region by Turkish forces and their proxy factions.

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