Three civilians injured in Turkish drone strike: SDF
ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – A Turkish drone on Thursday evening injured three civilians, an official of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said.
A Turkish occupation drone bombed a car carrying three civilians from one family in the town of Amuda in northern and eastern Syria, causing them to be seriously injured.#SDF_PRESS pic.twitter.com/3w1GB5WjsB— Farhad Shami (@farhad_shami) November 23, 2023
On Wednesday, Turkish drones consecutively targeted three cars within a few hours.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported three fighters were killed on Wednesday in a Turkish drone strike targeting a car in the Rmelan area near a vital facility in the Qamishli countryside, north of Hasakah.
Additionally, another member of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) died in a Turkish strike on a car in the village of Shurak in the Qamishli countryside, with the possibility of more casualties due to another wounded person.
The Autonomous Administration of Al-Jazeera Region in a statement said that two citizens were killed and five others were wounded on Wednesday.
According to the most recent data update from SOHR, Turkey has executed 102 drone strikes since the beginning of 2023, leading to 82 deaths, and injuring another 91 persons.