TEHRAN The Turkish Army and its allied militants intensified their attacks on the Kurdish militias in Northern Aleppo and the two sides engaged in fierce clashes after Ankara dispatched massive military equipment to borders with Syria, the Kurdish-language media outlets said.
The Turkish Army and the Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) pounded the city of Tal Ra'afat and its surrounding areas in Northern Aleppo with rockets, the Kurdish-language Hawar News reported.
Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.
Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria.
The Turkish Army and its allied militants intensified their attacks on the Kurdish militias in Northern Aleppo and the two sides engaged in fierce clashes after Ankara dispatched massive military equipment to borders with Syria, the Kurdish-language media outlets said.
The Kurdish-language Hawar News reported that the Turkish Army and the Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) pounded the city of Tal Ra'afat and its surrounding areas in Northern Aleppo with rockets.
It noted that the Turkish Army and FSA, meantime, hit the towns of Malekieh, Shavareqeh and Maranaz near the city of Afrin in Northwestern Aleppo with tens of rockets and canon shells.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, meantime, pointed to the attacks by the Turkish Army and its allied militants on Ein Daqaneh, Mang, outskirts of Tal Ra'afat and Tal Maziq in Northern Aleppo, and said that the Kurdish militia heavily pounded the Turkish Army's military positions in Northern Aleppo.
The SOHR also pointed to the deployment of massive military equipment by Ankara along border regions adjacent to Manbij in Northern Aleppo and Tal Abyaz in Northern Raqqa, and said that the Turkish Army and its allied militants are planning to conduct massive military operation against the Kurds in Manbij city.
The US Army has forwarded tens of trucks containing logistical aid and military equipment to the Syrian province of Hasaka as Turkey is preparing for massive military operation against Washington-backed Kurdish militias in Northeastern Syria.
The pro-militant Smart news website reported that a new US military convoy has crossed into Syria's Hasaka province from Iraq via Simalka crossing.
It noted that the US convoy, comprising 100 trucks carrying military vehicles and fuel as well as a number of covered trucks, has arrived at the US military base in Tal Bidar region in Hasaka province.
Battlefield sources, meantime, reported that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has sent massive military equipment, including heavy weaponry to areas under their control from Ain al-Arab (Kobani) to Ain Issa and the border city of Tal Abyaz in Raqqa province.
The Syrian Army troops warded off terrorists' massive attacks on the strategic region of Sahl al-Ghab in Northwestern Hama as Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) has sent hundreds more militants to the region.
The pro-militant Arabic-language Anab Baladi news website reported that about 500 Tahrir al-Sham terrorists and other terrorists of al-Fath al-Mobin Operations Room have been sent to Sahl al-Ghab region in Northwestern Hama.
Meantime, the Syrian Army troops engaged in fierce clashes with the terrorists who had attacked the government forces' military positions in the town of al-Qasabieh in Northern Hama and fended off their attacks after destroying their military and armored vehicles as well as killing a large number of terrorists.
Meantime, the Syrian Army troops also targeted terrorists' positions in Northern part of Mahradeh City in Northern Hama and cleansed the region.
The Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper also reported that the Syrian Air Force heavily pounded the military positions of Jeish al-Izzeh and Turkistani Party terrorists in Western Hama, inflicting heavy losses on them.
Meantime, four civilians were killed and injured in terrorists' rocket attacks on New Aleppo district in the city of Aleppo.
Source: Fars News Agency