Turkish airstrikes | Eight SDF members ki-lled in yesterday's Turkish attack on Al-Hawl camp • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Turkish airstrikes | Eight SDF members ki-lled in yesterday’s Turkish attack on Al-Hawl camp

Al-Hasakah province: Eight members of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) were confirmed killed in yesterday evening’s Turkish airstrikes that hit the protection centre of Al-Hawl camp, south-east of Al-Hasakah.

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that a Turkish warplane executed two airstrikes on a protection centre in Al-Hawl camp, where ISIS families are present in far southern of Al-Hasakah, amid a state of chaos and fear among ISIS families, and attempts by some of them to flee.

Accordingly, the death toll from Turkish airstrikes on Al-Hasakah, Al-Raqqah and Aleppo has risen to 45. The fatalities are distributed as follows:

-21 members of military formations operating in SDF-controlled areas:

• Ten were killed in Jabal Qarrah Jokh area in Al-Malikiyah countryside (Dayrek) in Al-Hasakah province; they are five members, including a woman, of the “Essential Protection Forces” and five SDF fighters and Asayish members.

• Eight SDF members of Al-Hawl protection forces were killed in Turkish airstrikes on their positions.

• Two SDF fighters were killed in Zahr Al-Arab village in the western countryside of Al-Darbasiyah in Al-Hasakah province.

• An SDF fighter was killed in Abu Rasin countryside (Zarkan).

-One correspondent working for a press agency was killed in Jabal Qarrah Jokh area in Al-Malikiyah countryside (Dayrek).

-Regime forces: 18 fatalities:

• 12 were killed in Shawarghah village in north-western Aleppo.

• Four were killed in strikes on a post of regime border guards in Um Harmal village in Abu Rasin countryside in north-western Al-Hasakah.

• Two were killed in strikes on a military post in Qaz’ali village in Tel Abyad countryside in northern Al-Raqqah.

-Five Kurdish fighters were killed in Baylouniyah frontline in northern Aleppo.