The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Chased by Jandarma | Nine Syrians die in car accident in Turkey

Nine Syrians including two children were killed and 22 others were injured in an accident that took place when the Turkish Jandarma was chasing a vehicle carrying the victims in Shanly Orfa State, after the car passed inside Turkey, where the vehicle overturned in an irrigation canal in Harran area in Orfa State in Turkey.

Erdogan’s government continues its policy of deporting Syrians living inside Turkey, under the pretext of the “Safe Area” that refers to areas held by Turkish-backed factions in “Euphrates Shield”, “Olive Branch” and “Peace Spring” areas, where the security chaos escalates and living and economic conditions deteriorate, making these areas unsuitable for receiving more people.

The deportation operations have escalated recently, affecting hundreds of Syrians mostly young people, without any legal justifications, despite their possession of the “Kimlik” temporary protection card issued by the Turkish government, according to which the refugee is granted the right to asylum and non-return without his consent and the existence of a suitable environment for his return to his country. The “Bab al-Salama” crossing, which is under the control of the Turkish-backed factions, led to the deportation of many Syrians in batches.