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A woman and her children were injured as a result of Turkey’s targeting of “Ain Issa” in the countryside of Raqqa.

Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center reported that a woman and her 2 children were injured, as a result of the Turkish army’s targeting of Ain Issa in the countryside of Raqqa, which is under the control of the SDF.

A woman and her children were injured as a result of Turkey’s targeting of “Ain Issa” in the countryside of Raqqa.

Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center reported that a woman and her 2 children were injured, as a result of the Turkish army’s targeting of Ain Issa in the countryside of Raqqa, which is under the control of the SDF.

The sources indicated that Ain Issa has witnessed violent bombings in the morning by the Turkish army through artillery and grenades, which fell in separate neighborhoods of the town, in the context of its continuous targeting for weeks on the areas controlled by the SDF in northern and eastern Syria.

The sources pointed out that the bombing of the town led to material damage to some houses, in addition to the injury of the woman and her children, noting that the injury of one of the children is injured badly.

The Turkish army’s targeting of the “SDF” control areas began about 2 weeks ago and almost daily, and wasn’t limited to the rural areas of Hasakah and Raqqa only, but also reached the northern Aleppo countryside.

Last week was considered the most intense in terms of the Turkish targeting and attacks by the Ankara factions on the “SDF” sites, as it included the town of Ain Issa itself and the villages surrounding the town, and the villages of “Maraanaz”, “Al Malikiyah”, “Meng” and “Al Baylounia” In the northern countryside of Aleppo.

In addition to several infiltration attempts by the militants that took place in the village of “Al-Baylouniya”, which resulted in deaths and injuries on both sides.

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