- Follow-up on the events taking place in the northeast regions of Syria
- Follow-up activities and activities in northeast of Syria.
- Qamishlo people offer condolences to the families of the two martyrs, Shav Rash Qamishlo, and Hozan Bayanesh, in the mourning tent erected in the city, at 11:00. (Photo and video attched).
-The Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria has intensified its measures to mitigate the consequences of Caesar's Act, by developing small projects, and opening consumer institutions to reduce monopoly, and increase oven dues. (Photo and video attached).
-Abd al-Hilal al-Jalud, from the eastern countryside of Al-Raqqa, recounted the story of his sons and the three options that they rejected and caused them to return to their village without identity papers or money after they were stripped of them by the Turkish Gendarmerie. (Photo and video attached).
-Life in Afrin canton differs from one side to another according to each faction of the Turkish occupation mercenaries. According to sources from within the city, the mercenaries take over the house and impose monthly taxes. (Photo and video attached).
-Amina Omar explained that the main reason for imposing Caesar’s Act on the Syrian government is non-acceptance of any political process. (Photo and video attached).
-The educators of Al-Darbasiyya explained that the attacks of the Turkish occupation on the region were with Russian approval, aimed at occupying the entire Syrian north and reviving ISIS mercenaries. They pointed out that the crimes of Turkey are "international war crimes and a violation of the Charter of the United Nations" (attached with photos and videos).
- The Research and Statistics Committee of the Kongra Star documented the crimes of the Turkish occupier and its mercenaries committed against women in the regions of northern and eastern Syria in general, and Afrin in particular. (Photo and video attached).
- The political activist Nalin Muhammad explained that they proved their presence in the Rojava revolution, so the more women are strong and organized, the more targeted they will be. (Photo and video included).