Turkish Gendarmerie killed woman

 Turkish Gendarmerie killed a citizen who tried to escape the bombing of the regime forces in areas called "reducing escalation" in the village of Shahranaz in the northern countryside of Hama while trying to enter Turkish territory from the Iskenderun area.

Despite the suffering of the displaced from the clashes and shelling witnessed by the so-called "reduction of escalation" and who were forced to flee to Turkish territory in the hope of survival, but the bullets of the Turkish border guards continue to increase the tragedy of the Syrian people.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that Turkish border guards shot a woman from the village of Shahranaz in the northern suburb of Hama while trying to enter Turkish territory from the Iskenderun area, killing her instantly.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights did not receive any information about the identity of the woman who was killed by the Turkish Gendarmerie.

Turkish gendarmes have claimed the lives of hundreds of Syrians, including children and women who have fled battles in their areas.

A.H

ANHA


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