Military escalation | Regime and Kurdish shelling injure five civilians, including child, in Azaz, while Turkish shells hit areas in Aleppo countryside
Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that the casualty toll of the shelling fired by regime and Kurdish forces on residential neighbourhoods in Azaz city in Aleppo countryside in the early hours of Thursday morning has risen to five civilians; they are a child and four women.
Meanwhile, Turkish forces stationed at their bases have shelled areas where Kurdish and regime forces are deployed on Maranaz, Kafr Khasher and Al-Alqamiya frontlines in the northern countryside of Aleppo, leaving no casualties.
Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that several shells hit residential areas in A’zaz city in northern Aleppo countryside, injuring three women as primary death toll, and they were transported to the National Hospital in A’zaz city to receive proper medication.
According to reliable SOHR sources, the shells hit near a gas station, Al-Andalus School and Abo Horaira Mosque, and were fired from areas of Kurdish and regime forces in northern Aleppo countryside.
The shelling coincided with violent clashes with heavy machineguns between the “National Army” on one hand and regime and Kurdish forces on the other hand on the frontline of Mar’anaz village in northern Aleppo countryside, amid exchanged artillery and missile shelling between both parties on the frontlines of Kaljabrin and the National Hospital at the outskirts of A’zaz city, where a Turkish military base is located.