YPG shells kill, injure civilians in Aleppo’s Azaz
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YPG shells kill, injure civilians in Aleppo’s Azaz

Orient Net
Date: 2019-11-19 16:22
PKK-affiliated YPG militiamen shelled on Tuesday (November 19) civilian-populated areas in Aleppo countryside, killing and injuring civilians, Orient correspondent said.

YPG rockets targeted on Tuesday afternoon Azaz city in Aleppo countryside, killing a civilian and injuring 13 others, including women and children.

Last month, YPG artillery shells and rockets targeted several villages and towns in Aleppo countryside, including Merza, Tal Ali and al-Shohaib, killing at least six civilians and injuring 13 others.

Turkey on Wednesday (October 9) announced the launch of Operation Peace Spring east of the Euphrates River in northern Syria to secure its borders by eliminating terrorist elements to ensure the safe return of Syrian refugees and Syria's territorial integrity.

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