Turkish drone wounds three government soldiers in Syria’s Kobani

KOBANI, Syria (North Press) – Three soldiers of Syrian government forces were wounded on Thursday in a Turkish drone attack on a government military post east of Kobani, north Syria.

A military source told North Press three government soldiers were wounded in an attack by a Turkish drone on a government military post in the village of Koran, 25 kilometers east of Kobani.

The source added the three wounded were transferred to Kobani Hospital for treatment.

A medical source in Kobani Hospital said the wounded suffer from critical conditions.

The source added that one of the wounded was hit with shrapnel in the head, the back and the foot while the two other soldiers sustained injuries in their hips.

On Nov. 26, a soldier of Syrian government forces was reported injured in a Turkish shelling on the village of Charqli west of Kobani.

Since Nov. 20, Turkish shelling has been ongoing, striking areas in northern Syria and causing massive damages in infrastructures and possessions, and losses in civilian life.

Reporting by Fattah Issa