Turkish forces shell Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) | Two Russian warplanes fly over area adjacent to "Peace Spring" and "Euphrates Shield" • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Turkish forces shell Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) | Two Russian warplanes fly over area adjacent to “Peace Spring” and “Euphrates Shield”

A Russian warplane executed an airstrike with an air-to-air missile in the region of Marae’ city in “Euphrates Shield” areas in northern Aleppo countryside, coinciding with flight of another Russian warplane in the region adjacent to “Peace Spring” areas northern and eastern of Syria.

On the other hand, Turkish forces shelled Zor Maghar and Al-Shiyokh Fokani in the western countryside of Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) eastern of Aleppo, amid flight of Turkish drones over the region.

SOHR activists reported that a large Turkish drone had been flying over Tel Tamr and Abo Rasen (Zarkan) in Al-Hasakah countryside, while Turkish forces intensified artillery and missile shelling on Abo Rasen (Zarkan) town and its countryside and the countryside of Tel Tamr north western of Al-Hasakah, where dozens of shells hit the centre of Abo Rasen town causing large material damages and setting a house on fire.

Moreover, the shells hit Tel Al-Ward, Khirbat Shae’r, Al-Kozlaih, Al-Ghaibash, Sokar Hamir, Tawila, Tel Goma’a and the Assyrian Tel Kafshy villages, pressuring civilians to displace from their houses and injuring an SDF member.

The shelling coincided with flight of Turkish drones in the region.
Earlier today, SOHR activists reported that Turkish forces in “Peace Spring” area have fired heavy artillery shells on Al-Tawila village in Tel Tamr countryside north western of Al-Hasakah.

Moreover, Turkish-backed factions shelled Abo Rasen (Zarkan) in Al-Hasakah countryside, amid flight of Turkish drones over the area.

SOHR activists reported intensive rocket and artillery shells fired by Turkish forces stationed at their bases in “Peace Spring” area on Al-Tawilah village and its surrounding in Tel Tamr countryside, north-west of Al-Hasakah. However, no casualties were reported.