Turkish military jets hit 15 Daesh terrorist targets in Syria’s Al-Bab region as part of Operation Euphrates Shield, the military said Monday.
According to a statement by the Turkish Armed Forces, Sunday’s airstrikes destroyed two control centers, an ammunition dump and 10 defensive positions. No aircraft from the international anti-Daesh coalition were involved, the statement added. The strikes were in support of a fresh attack to capture Al-Bab, which lies around 35 kilometers (22 miles) northeast of Aleppo city center. The Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) took control of seven villages.
Nine FSA fighters were killed during clashes and 52 others injured. Four Turkish soldiers were wounded by improvised explosive devices, the statement said.
Separately, 10 PKK/PYD terrorists were killed in artillery strikes over 24 hours as they attempted to seize control of the Tal Jijan area, the statement said.
Source: Anadolu news
TR Army artillery shelling of alBab and Qabasin.
LCC alBab reports that Daesh closed all the offices that provide services and layed off the staff.
FSA freed the village Bynash Jurn to the north of alBab