Strange War Plane Bombs Turkish-Backed Forces In Northern Syria

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An unknown war plane on Monday carried out a raid on the positions of the Turkish-backed militants in northern Syria.

Reports from northern Syria as cited by AMN stated that an unidentified aircraft, possibly belonging to the U.S. Coalition, bombed the sites belonging to the Turkish-backed forces in the Al-Raqqa Governorate.

The outskirts of Hammam Al-Turkman in the countryside of Tal Abyad, which is controlled by forces loyal to Turkey was said to have been targeted by the first airstrike while the second airstrike targeted a neighbouring area, but it caused limited damage and no casualties.

According to the report, the third raid targeted the village of Abu Shakhat near Al-Mabrouka in the Ras al-Ain countryside. No casualties were reported.

Since the bombings, the Turkish-backed militants have been high alert, especially after their forces were targeted in a number of areas where they have launched attacks against the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the Russian-backed Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

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