Sunday, November 15, 2020

2 Turkish Soldiers Killed in a Landmine They were Planting in Northeast Syria

A landmine explosion in the north of the city of Tal Tamr, in the northeastern Syrian Province of Hasakah killed two Turkish soldiers.

The Turkish soldiers were planting the landmine when they accidentally detonated it, local sources reported.

Turkish army occupies large areas in the northern parts of Syria illegally and with the help of Al Qaeda affiliated terrorist groups of Muslim Brotherhood loyal to the Turkish madman Erdogan.

Dozens of Turkish soldiers have already been killed in Syria many more injured and these are the least official estimate by the Turkish (TSK) army itself.

The Turkish army soldiers provide logistic supplies and protection for Al Qaeda terrorists in their terrorist acts against the Syrian people in the provinces of Idlib, northern Aleppo, Raqqa, Der Ezzor, and Hasakah.

More in this report: Two Turkish Soldiers Killed by a Landmine they Were Planting in Hasakah.

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