Six killed and 10 injured in Turkish drone strikes

At least six persons were killed by Turkish drone strikes in northern Syria on Monday.
A wedding hall in Amude was also targeted (Photo: social media)
A wedding hall in Amude was also targeted (Photo: social media)

ERBIL (Kurdistan24) – At least six people were killed and nine were injured in Turkish drone strikes on Monday.

At least fourteen locations were targeted.

The local Hawar News Agency (ANHA) reported that all the six people were killed at the Simav printing press in Qamishlo. This includes a young woman called Berivan Zubeir, who was working at the printing press.

In addition, the Turkish army targeted locations in Kobani, Tirbespi (Qahtaniyah), Amude, and the Sherawa district of Afrin.

Turkish drone strikes targeted the vicinity of the prison containing ISIS members in Qamishlo, a cement facility, grain silos, sewing factory, train station, wedding hall, olive factory, and a parking garage.

Also on Saturday, Turkish jets attacked oil sites in northeastern Syria near Derik and Qamishlo, after twelve Turkish soldiers were killed in the ongoing conflict with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).

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Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Commander-in-Chief Mazloum Abdi in a tweet on Saturday called the "frequent targeting of infrastructure and civilians" war crimes.