Turkish-backed militants are looting grain depots in northeast Syria under the eyes of the Turkish military, RusVesna.SU revealed on November 24.
According to the Russian outlet, the looting is being carried out by the Hamza Division and the Sultan Murad Division. Both groups are a part of the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army (SNA).
3,800 tons of looted wheat were moved by the militants to al-Aliya, 7,500 tons of barley to al-Nasariah and 4,500 tons of barley to Alluk.
RusVesna.SU also released images, taken by a drone. The images show that Turkish forces have turned the Sharakrak silos into a large base. The silos, which was captured by Turkish-backed militants last week, appeared to be severely damaged.
Turkish-backed militants have been accused of committing several war crimes in northeast Syria. Some of the crimes, include the execution of prisoners of war and even civilian and political figures.
Despite the strong evidence against some factions and commanders of the SNA, Turkey is yet to hold any of them accountable.