Reacting to the death of soldiers in Turkish airstrikes | Regime forces shell residential sites in Al-Bab city, leaving tens of casualties
Aleppo province: SOHR activists have confirmed that the number fatalities in today’s artillery attack on an outdoors market and residential neighbourhoods in Al-Bab city, which is controlled by Turkish forces and their proxy faction, has jumped to seven civilians, including children, as well as the injury of 23 others.
SOHR sources have also confirmed that the artillery shells were fired from regime positions in the northern countryside of Aleppo as a response to the killing of regime soldiers in airstrikes by Turkish fighter jets on positions in Ain Al-Arab countryside a few days ago.
SOHR sources have just reported that several artillery shells, fired from areas where regime forces are deployed in the northern countryside of Aleppo, hit an outdoors market and residential neighbourhoods in Al-Bab city in north-east Aleppo countryside.
Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that a member of the “National Army” was killed and two others were wounded in a guided missile attack on their military vehicle, “Santa Fe” make, on Mare’ frontline in the northern countryside of Aleppo. It is worth noting that the missile was fired from areas where Kurdish and regime forces are deployed. The attack also destroyed the vehicle.
Meanwhile, Turkish forces and their factions responded by firing over 100 artillery shells and rockets on the vicinity of the villages of Al-Sheikh Issa, Al-Baylouniyah, Tatamarsh, Shawarghah, Abyan, Al-Mashadiya, Tel A’jar and Kashtar in the northern countryside of Aleppo.