Guided missile attack | Turkish policeman killed in Aleppo countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Guided missile attack | Turkish policeman killed in Aleppo countryside

Aleppo province: A Turkish policeman was killed in “Euphrates Shield” area, in the early hours of Sunday morning, when a Turkish vehicle was targeted by a guided missile, on Abla’ frontline in Aleppo countryside.

Turkish airforce waged a counterattack by firing rockets by Turkish drone on Al-Baylounah village and the outskirts of Tel Rifaat, where Kurdish and regime forces are deployed north of Aleppo. No casualties have been reported yet.

This morning, Violent clashes with heavy and medium machine guns erupted amid an exchange of intensive artillery shelling between the “National Army” faction on hand and Kurdish and regime forces on the other.

The fierce clashes erupted following an infiltration operation by a group of regime forces to NAtiona Army positions on Ablah frontline in Al-Bab countryside, east of Aleppo. A woman was injured, and a civilian car was damaged.

On September 29, SOHR sources reported that Turkish forces and their proxy factions fire several artillery shells and rockets on the northern countryside of Aleppo that evening, targeting positions in the surrounding areas of Zarna’it, Al-Mayyasah and Qunayterah villages in Shirawa district where Kurdish and regime forces are deployed.