Turkish army shells SDF locations north of Aleppo

2017/06/19 | 17:25

(Iraq News)- Turkish artillery.

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Aleppo (Syria News) Turkish army shelled the locations of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), north of Aleppo, Qasioun News reported on Monday.

This morning, Turkish troops shelled the locations of the Syrian Democratic Forces in Barsaya Mountain near Azaz, north of Aleppo, using heavy artillery.

The shelling took place after the Syrian Democratic Forces attacked the residential neighborhoods in Azaz City, using mortar shells and rockets launchers, injuring a number of civilians.

Ongoing battles are taking place between the Syrian Democratic Forces and Syrian rebels in the outskirts of the city of Maraanaz, near Azaz City, amid mutual shelling, recently leaving several casualties in the city of Mare’, north of Aleppo.

It is noteworthy that the rebels’ al-Mutasem Brigade announced earlier that it will control the areas captured by the SDF early in 2016, backed by the international coalition.

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