Turkish attack injures four Syrian soldiers in Shehba
Four members of the Syrian government forces were injured in an attack on a village in the northern Syrian canton of Shehba.
Four members of the Syrian government forces were injured on Thursday as a result of an artillery attack by Turkish forces in the self-governing canton of Shehba. The soldiers were taken to a hospital in Aleppo with shrapnel injuries, according to military sources.
The attack targeted a post of regime troops in the village of Samuqa, which is located about twenty minutes by car east of Tel Rifat in the immediate vicinity of the Shehba region.
The Turkish army and allied jihadist militias are repeatedly attacking Damascus government troops. The attacks take place both in the illegal occupation zone and in the autonomous region of North and East Syria.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), two regime soldiers were injured on Sunday in a Turkish kamikaze drone attack against a post in the village of Şêx Îsa on the route between Tel Rifat and Samuqa.