Activists quoted by the national agency SANA reported that an artillery bombardment by the Ankara military and local illegal armed groups operating under its command killed a person who had been displaced earlier as a result of such attacks.
The war action caused material damage to houses and agricultural land.
On the other hand, an Ankara drone launched two missiles against Mahmakia and Hizam Gharbi neighborhoods in Qamishli city in the same province, without confirming yet if there are casualties or material losses.
The Turkish military escalated its war actions after declaring its intention to control a 30-kilometer-deep border strip in the Syrian territory, arguing to eliminate the threat of Kurdish militias.
Since 2018 the Eurasian nation’s military and illegal armed groupings managed through three operations named Olive Branch, Fountain of Peace and Euphrates Shield to control extensive areas in Idlib, Aleppo, Raqa and Hasakeh provinces.