Turkish drone strikes the Military Council of Til Temir

In the northeastern Syrian town of Til Temir, a building belonging to the local military council has been attacked by a Turkish combat drone. The bombing resulted in extensive destruction, and it is unclear if any people were harmed.

In the northeastern Syrian city of Til Temir (Tal Tamr), a building belonging to the local military council was bombed by a Turkish killer drone on Thursday. The attack targeted the public relations center of the association, which is affiliated with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), and caused significant property damage. It is still unclear whether there were people in the building at the time of the attack.

Ignored by the world public, Turkey has massively increased its military aggression against the autonomous structures in its neighboring countries Syria and Iraq in the slipstream of the Afghanistan conflict. In the Yazidi heartland of Shengal (Sinjar) in southern Kurdistan (northern Iraq), ten people were killed and others injured in Turkish airstrikes on Monday and Tuesday. Among other things, a hospital there was targeted for bombing, which constitutes a war crime under the Geneva Convention. In Rojava, several civilians have also died in recent days as a result of targeted attacks on settlement areas.