Turkish forces renew shelling in North and East Syria, inflict material damage

NORTH AND EAST SYRIA — Turkey has once again unleashed a barrage of artillery shelling on North and East Syria, leading to substantial material damage in various locations.

On Thursday, Turkish forces initiated an artillery attack, launching three shells at the Syriac village of Malla Abbas in the northern outskirts of Qabre Hewore (Qahtaniyah). One of these shells struck a point controlled by the Syrian regime forces.

Only three minutes later, the Turkish military subjected the vicinity of the Yezidi village of Tel Khatun, in the same area, to another bombardment.

They also targeted an agricultural field near the village of Tel Ziwan in Zalin (Qamishli) with two artillery shells. Fortunately, no casualties were reported.

Two Turkish drones focused their attacks on a rural village in the Tel Rifaat countryside, located in northern Syria, resulting in considerable material damage.

The Turkish occupation’s relentless bombing campaign extended to the village of Sheikh Isa in Al-Shahba, where two drones inflicted additional material damage. The ongoing shelling and aerial attacks continue to impact multiple regions in North and East Syria, further heightening tensions in the area.

The latest attacks come in the wake of Turkey’s devastating campaign to cripple vital civilian infrastructure with airstrikes.