Written by Khaled Iskef
This morning, the eastern axis of the Ain Issa district in the north of Raqqa countryside witnessed an exchange of missiles between militants of the SDF and Turkish factions, amid information about several casualties on both sides.
The sources reported that the mutual bombing came after Ankara’s militants deliberately targeted the villages of Nitola and Al-Dibs, that are under the control of the SDF in the countryside of Ain Issa, with several missiles prompting the SDF to react through firing dozens of missiles at Ankara’s faction militants’ points.
The sources pointed out that the incident resulted in several casualties on both sides, amid information that the SDF managed to destroy one of the fortifications of Ankara’s militants on the axis of the village of Al-Debs.
Most of the confrontations that continuously erupt between the SDF and the Turkish-backed factions are concentrated on the axis of Al-Hasakah and Raqqa countryside, especially in the vicinity of the Ain Issa and Tal Tamer areas, where the first lines of defense extend against Turkish forces, which is constantly seeking to advance and penetrate deeper into the countryside of Al-Hasakah and Raqqa.
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