Turkish shelling of Syria’s Kobani countryside injures woman and child
KOBANI, Syria (North Press) – The bombardment of the Turkish forces and their affiliated opposition factions (SNA) on the village of Shisha, southeast of Kobani, north Syria, injured a woman and a child on Wednesday.
Muhammad Hajj Khalil, the father of the injured girl, told North Press that “a shell exploded near his house in the village, wounding his daughter, Nadia Hajj Khalil, 13, with shrapnel in the hand.”
Khalil said that his cousin’s wife was also seriously injured in the face by the explosion of the shell. She was taken directly to a hospital in Raqqa for treatment.
“About ten other shells landed in the neighboring villages,” he said.
The media center of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Wednesday that the attacks of the Turkish forces and their affiliated opposition factions (SNA) reached dangerous levels.