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Syria: about 13,000 civilians displaced near Turkish border

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)

About 13,000 more civilians have been displaced in the last two days near the border with Turkey due to intense attacks by the Assad regime and its supporters in Syria on the outskirts of the Aleppo region that are within the borders of the area. de escalation in Idlib.

According to information obtained from the Coordination of Syrian Intervention, which compiles data on displaced civilians from the region, it is learned that as a result of the attacks also carried out with Russian air support, resettlement has begun from Han Asal, Kefer Naha and Ayn settlements. Cara.

As a result of the attacks in the last two days, 12,884 civilians from 2,386 families were left homeless.

Most of the displaced civilians have taken refuge in the areas near the border with Turkey, and some of them in the Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch operations areas.

– “We don’t know where to go” –

Ahmet Ali, one of the civilians who was forced to leave his home in Han Asal for AA, said that “I lived in the village of Han Asal in the western suburb of Halep. We are fleeing the attacks. But we do not know where to go very likely we will go to Dana area of ​​Idlib.”

Also İbrahim Mansur, one of the refugees from the Han Asal area with his family, said that “We used to migrate from Halepi to Han Asal with our family. Now this area is also being hit. and the 5 kids have nowhere to go.”

“The regime says it puts armed groups on target. But we are civilians, no one is armed,” Mansur said.

Civilian Abdurrezzak Rahhal said they were in a very difficult situation. “Together with our children and grandchildren we are a family of 19 members. We left the village due to intense attacks and came to Han Asal because the situation was more stable. we are also leaving here. We do not know where we are going,” he said.

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