Turkey is once again using the "international weapon" of international waters, the most important natural and economic resource, against the Syrians in the northeast of the country, in addition to bombing agricultural crops this summer to burn them, violating international covenants and laws.
The fires devoured thousands of dunums planted with wheat and barley and a number of houses in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor.
The suffering of Serêkaniyê displaced renews day by day amid the inaction of humanitarian organizations and failure to provide assistance to the displaced who were forced to leave their homes due to the Turkish attacks.
The Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries deprive the residents of 28 villages of rural area of Zarkan by targeting maintenance teams whose repeated attempts to maintain the breakdowns were deliberately targeted by the occupying army.
Turkish occupation and its mercenaries have cut off the water to al-Hasakah city from Alok station 6th time consecutively since its occupation of Serêkaniyê
The displaced people residing in WashoKani camp suffer from the problem of poor sanitation and the spread of unpleasant smells in the camp, and the camp administration promises the families that they will maintain and rehabilitate sanitation networks at the beginning of this May.
The Health Directorate, in coordination with Hasakah Canton Council, distributed food baskets to all the residents in the neighborhood, where curfew and quarantine were under effect, amid tight security and health measures.
The Health Directorate in Dêrik is preparing a special department to receive the people infected with COVID-19 at the People Hospital.
The Afrini displaced took advantage of the curfew to grow seedlings in homes and achieve the self-sufficiency.
Simultaneously with Ramadan month, the implementation of the curfew measures that started in March 23 in all regions of northern and eastern Syria continues to prevent the Corona virus, including Manbij city whose markets have witnessed a slight movement compared to the past years amid the calls of the people in this holy month to end this epidemic from the world.
Ramadan this year differs from its predecessors, amid a curfew taken by the Autonomous Administration to prevent the appearance of the Corona virus, the lack of movement in the markets and the complaints of citizens about the high prices of materials.