11 houses were destroyed in a recent Turkish shelling in the district of Ain Issa and the town of Tell Abyad (Gire Spi) in North and East Syria, Hawar News reported on Tuesday.
The artillery fire, conducted from the Turkish military base in the village of Kermazat, targeted several villages in the Ain Issa district, as well as many civilian residences along the M4 highway.
The Parliamentary Office for Documentation of Crime in Tell Abyad informed that 11 civilian houses were destroyed under shelling of Turkish occupation forces.
Fateh Kardo, a senior official at the Office, urged the international society and Russia to not turn a blind eye to Turkish attacks, and called for international support against the ongoing occupation of Turkey and its proxies.
A total of 124 civilian houses have been destroyed in Turkish shelling in the region since 2019.
In January, two civilians were killed – including a 14-year-old child- and two were injured in Turkish shelling that targeted power and water networks.