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Water station in “Raqqa” is out of service due to Turkish attacks

"Al-Hisha" water station, located on the main road between "Raqqa" and "Tal Abyad"

Water station in “Raqqa” is out of service due to Turkish attacks

“Al-Hisha” water station, located on the main road between “Raqqa” and “Tal Abyad”, was completely out of service, as a result of Turkish artillery shelling Sunday morning.

SDC sources indicated that several artillery shells fell inside the water station, which irrigates large areas of the villages of “Al-Hisha”, “Al-Fatsah”, “Skiro”, “Al-Shirkrak” and “Hammam Al-Turkman”, with an area of about /13/ thousand acres.

The sources indicated that the Turkish attacks resulted in the station’s complete deactivation due to damages to basic operating equipment, without receiving information about any injuries among the station’s staff.

The targeting of the station comes in the context of the Turkish attacks that have been going on for days on the countryside of Raqqa, where the Turkish forces renewed their artillery and rocket shells this morning on the vicinity of “Ain Issa” district and the village of “Alimat” in the western countryside, which resulted in the injury of 4 civilians.

Yesterday, Saturday, the Turkish forces committed a massacre against the people of the village of “Hadriyat” east of “Ain Issa” in the northern countryside of “Raqqa”, intensely shelling the village, which resulted in killing 5 civilians and injuring 4 others.

The Turkish attacks on the village of “Hadriyat” coincided with others on the villages of “Saleh Al-Hamoud”, “Jahbal”, “Mushairfa”, “Fatsa” and part of the “M4” highway in the countryside of “Ain Issa”, without confirmed information about resulting injuries.

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