Turkey Bombs Government Forces’ Posts And Villages In Syria’s Kobani

The Turkish forces bombed on Thursday evening villages in the western countryside of Kobani, north Syria, as well as military posts of the Syrian government forces.

The village of Seftak, 10 km west of Kobani, was hit by the Turkish artillery shelling and heavy gunfire from a Turkish forces’ outpost.

“Four shells hit the government forces’ posts in the village, but no injuries were reported,” Ahmed Daban, a resident of Seftak village, told North Press.

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