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    The Syrian army bombed a Turkish outpost south of Aleppo

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    The Syrian army bombed a Turkish outpost south of Aleppo Empty The Syrian army bombed a Turkish outpost south of Aleppo

    Post by Rocky Tue 06 Feb 2018, 2:39 am


    The Syrian army bombed a Turkish outpost south of Aleppo

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    The Syrian army bombed a Turkish outpost south of Aleppo %D8%B3%D9%88%D8%B1%D9%8A%D8%A7-4-696x435
     
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    The Syrian media said that the army and allied forces targeted the town of present the point of concentration of the Turkish army in the nearby hill of Issa hours after the arrival of a Turkish military convoy to the region
    Al-Watan quoted local sources as saying that the Turks had begun building survey points in the area
    The sources pointed out that two Turkish soldiers injured by the shelling of the Syrian army and artillery forces to the point of concentration of the Turkish army in the hill of Al-Ais were assisted into Turkish territory at a time when the Turkish army responded with guided missiles from inside Turkish territory targeting the town of the present and the hill of Aran.
    Last week, the Turkish army tried to deploy in the same area before the Syrian army and allied forces targeted its military convoy in the town of al-Ais and forced it to withdraw.
    There was no official Syrian statement on the truth about what happened, whether the Turkish army's attempt to set up an observation point on the hill of Al-Ais or targeted by the Syrian army.


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