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Turkish observation point in the countryside of Aleppo strikes the “Minyan” area west of Aleppo with several missiles.

Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center reported that many missiles landed in the "Minyan" area southwest of Aleppo.

Turkish observation point in the countryside of Aleppo strikes the “Minyan” area west of Aleppo with several missiles.

Khaled Iskef

The sources indicated that the missiles came from the Turkish observation point in the town of “Darat Azza” in the western countryside of Aleppo.

Noting that the bombing resulted in the killing of 2 civilian and some material damage to the homes of the residents.

The sources stated that the Turkish factions promoted that the bombing of “Minyan” came as a response to the raids that happened yesterday, which targeted the “Sham Legion” camps in Jabal Al-Duwailah, northwest of Idlib.

Which resulted in the killing and wounding of more than 100 militants from the faction.

While the western suburbs of Aleppo have been in calm since the Syrian army took control of most of the western countryside last March and expelled the militants who were the reason behind the mortars in Aleppo, the Turkish targeting of many residential areas has returned the fear from the bombings of populated areas.

It is noteworthy that the militants of Al-Nusra and their allies from the Turkish factions continues their violations of the ceasefire agreement, and they’re targeting civilian areas and sites of the Syrian army with many missiles.

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