Shelling by opposition groups on Syria’s north of Manbij, casualties reported
MANBIJ, Syria (North Press) – Two civilians were injured and a house was burned in the village of Aoun al-Dadat, north of the city of Manbij, northern Syria, as a result of being shelled by the Turkish-backed armed opposition groups on Sunday.
The bombing was carried out by heavy and medium weapons which led to the injury of two civilians, one of them is a woman, our correspondent stated.
He added that the injured were taken to Manbij hospitals to receive treatment, while the bombing led to a complete burning of a house in the village.
The correspondent pointed out that the bombing carried out a day after the village crossing was reopened.
There is a crossing in the village of Aoun al-Dadat that links with the Euphrates Shield-held areas.
The countryside of Manbij is witnessing repeated bombardments by the Turkish armed opposition groups which often lead to civilian casualties and damage to their property.