Turkish forces have directly targeted Goran School and Qarmough medical clinic on 22 November, both to the east of Kobanê, reported Hawar News Agency (ANHA).
Turkish forces are continuing operations over north and east Syria cities, targeting schools and health centres.
According to the ANHA, Turkey also bombed a Damascus government building in the village of Siftak, west of Kobanê.
ANF reported that Turkish forces began to bomb Qarmough, a village to the east of Kobanê city, and the villages of Ziyaret and Siftekê to the west, as of 16.00 local time.
A military source of the US-led Global Coalition told North Press that a Turkish drone hit a main Coalition base in Hasakah Governorate, northeast Syria, more than 50 km from Turkish border.
Two fighters of the the Counter-Terrorism Units (YAT) of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) lost their lives and three others were wounded as a result of the drone attack.
Turkey also bombed the villages of Rotan, Shamo, and Digire in Qamishlo with mortars and howitzers, and the Dugirê village of Tirbespiyê and the villages of Rûtan and Girkê Şemo, reported ANF.
The Turkish Defence Ministry asserted on Sunday that in conducting air strikes against Kurdish forces in northeast Syria and northern Iraq, Turkey is exercising a right to self-defence according to Article 51 of the United Nations Charter. This is based on accusations made by the Turkish State, but denied by the Kurds, surrounding responsibility for the fatal 13 November blast in Istanbul.