Since early September | woman and child killed by Turkish Jandarma • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Since early September | woman and child killed by Turkish Jandarma

SOHR activists have documented the death of a man and a woman, in addition of the injury of a child by bullets of Turkish Jandarma since early September.

Moreover, a newborn baby died while his mother was trying to sneak into Turkish territory through a tough road.

On September 1, SOHR activists documented the death of a 26-year-old woman by Turkish border guards “Jandarma” after she was shot directly, while she was travelling in a taxi on Al-Domat road in Darkush area in the western Idlib countryside.

On September 9, SOHR activists reported that a civilian from Deir Ezzor was shot dead by Turkish shooters, after he stopped on the road to fix his car in the vicinity of Al-Khalediyah village in Ain Eissa district on the International M4 road in northern Al-Raqqa countryside.

SOHR activists documented the death of a child in his mother’s arms, who tried to sneak into Turkish territory from Qarmoj village in eastern Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) countryside, where the child died due to drowning in mud swamps that are in the way, where people take dangerous roads and water and mud swamps near Qarmoj village at borders with Turkey, putting them in danger of drowning in the swamps.

SOHR activists documented the injury of a child under the age of 18 after being shot by “Tukish Jandarma.”

The child is from Al-Janudiyah town in Jisr Al-Shughour countryside, in the western countryside of Idlib.