​​​​​​​Turkey's mercenaries cause burning of 10 hectares planted with olive trees

Turkey's mercenaries caused the burning of 10 hectares planted with olive trees in the agricultural lands on the dividing line between the forces of Al-Bab Military Council and the Euphrates Shield mercenaries in the village of Qurt Weran in the liberated eastern countryside of Al-Bab city.

The fire broke out as a result of the mercenaries firing live bullets towards the agricultural lands, which led to the outbreak of the fire in the lands and its expansion to burn nearly 10 hectares of land planted with olive trees.

More than once, the region has witnessed arson fires by the Euphrates Shield mercenaries, which caused the burning of large areas of lands planted with agricultural crops and trees, in addition to the recent massacre committed by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries in the villages of Manbij, which left 6 members of one family as victims, and injured others a result of shelling the village with rockets and missiles.

ANHA


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