On Monday, eight civilians were killed and dozens injured by missile shelling targeting the eastern Aleppo countryside of al-Bab, which is under the Turkish operation zones Euphrates Shield.
A missile attack believed to have come from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) targeted the popular market of al-Bab city in the eastern Aleppo countryside. The attack resulted in killing eight civilians in an initial toll and injuring dozens, some of whom are in critical conditions, a local correspondent in Aleppo countryside said.
According to our correspondent, White Helmets teams were fully mobilized to help the wounded amid warnings of repeated shelling of the city.
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Media activist Bahaa al-Halabi said the initial toll of the al-Bab massacre was 13 martyrs and dozens of wounded.
On 6 December, a Turkish soldier was killed and four others injured in a rocket attack that Ankara said was carried out by the Kurdish People’s Protection Units in al-Bab area of eastern Aleppo countryside.
On the same day, three civilians, including a child, were injured by artillery shelling carried out by SDF in the village of al-Alwat in the northern countryside of Manbij. A civilian was injured in the village of Sheikh Nasser, northwest of Manbij, as a result of mortar shelling by SDF.
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