Sunday, March 7, 2021

Tornano le tensioni in Siria, 18 morti per una mina a Hama e attacco di razzi nel Nord

 

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 Tornano le tensioni in Siria: 18 morti per una mina a Hama e attacco di razzi nel Nord.

 Le vittime viaggiavano in un bus.  Damasco accusa l'Isis. 

Nel Nord missili colpiscono centro logistico petrolifero.  I ribelli filo-turchi accusano Mosca 

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 SANA:

  • 18 citizens were martyred and 3 others were injured in blasts of two mines left behind by terrorist organizations in two cars in the vicinity of Wadi al-Azib in Salamyieh area in Hama eastern countryside.

A medical source at Salamyieh Hospital told SANA reporter that 18 civilians were martyred and 3 others were injured in the blast of two mines left behind by terrorist groups in two cars in the vicinity of Wadi al-Azib in Salamyieh area in Hama eastern countryside.

The source indicated that the injured sustained serious wounds, and they are being treated at al-Salamyieh Hospital.

Earlier, a source at told SANA reporter that landmines left behind by terrorist organizations went off in two cars transporting a number of people during the season of picking off truffles in the lands of Rasm al-Ahmar village in Hama eastern countryside, causing the martyrdom of a number of civilians and the injury of about 20 others.

 

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  1. A source in the Turkish military, which controls swaths of northwest Syria where Turkish troops have a presence, said missile attacks had caused the blasts, which also wounded 11 people.

    Anadolu said they were ballistic missiles and it was not clear who carried out the attacks.

    In Syria, Russia is a main supporter of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government while Turkey backs a handful of opposition factions.

    Turkey has carried out three major forays into northeastern Syria since 2016 to drive away Kurdish fighters and the armed group ISIL (ISIS) from the border area.

    In 2019, it sent in troops to expel Syrian Kurdish fighters it considers “terrorists” from the area and to create a “safe zone” where it hoped to resettle refugees.

    Turkey halted the offensive following separate deals with the United States and Russia that promised the withdrawal of the Kurdish militia.

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    1. A series of missile attacks near oil facilities ignited major blazes in northern Syria near the Turkish border and killed one person on Friday.

      Explosions rocked oil refineries near the towns of al-Bab and Jarablus and set off large fires, Turkey’s state-owned Anadolu news agency reported.

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    2. The reports of missiles fired from a Russian warship — a rare occurrence — could not be independently verified and Russia, which is a main supporter of Syrian President Bashar Assad in the country’s 10-year civil war, has not commented

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