Respond to this post by replying above this lineNew post on Friends of Syria6 Turkish-backed terrorists killed in clashes in Hasakaby friendsofsyriaHASAKA, (ST)_ At least 6 terrorists were killed during clashes that erupted among Turkish-backed terrorist groups in Ras al-Ayn region in the northern countryside of Hasaka.Local sources said that terrorists affiliated to the so-called ” Ahrar al-Sharqeyeh” have clashed with other terrorists affiliated to the so-called ‘ Brigade 20″ over the past two days in Hrobi town to the west of Ras al-Ayn city.The clashes ended with the death of 6 terrorists, while 4 others were wounded.These clashes have forced many residents to leave their houses yet when they return they find that their houses have been looted by terrorists.The residents stayed tight-lipped in fear of being attacked by terrorists.Basma Qaddoursourcefriendsofsyria | April 28, 2020 at 10:53 pm | Tags: Al-NusraFSAISISRecep Tayyip ErdoganSAAsyriaTurkey | Categories: Syrian news | URL: https://wp.me/p1uPIf-ceKComment   See all comments   
Syrian pro-government troops hold a position in Aleppo’s eastern Karm al-Jabal neighborhood as they advance towards al-Shaar neighbourhood on December 5, 2016 during their offensive to retake Syria’s second city. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the advances of the Syrian and allied forces left the large Shaar neighbourhood encircled by government forces and in danger of falling from rebel control. With the capture of Shaar, the army would hold 70 percent of east Aleppo, four years after rebels first seized it. / AFP PHOTO / GEORGE OURFALIAN

Ras al-Ayn, also spelled Ras al-Ain, is a city in al-Hasakah Governorate in northeastern Syria, on the Syria-Turkey border. One of the oldest cities in Upper Mesopotamia, the area of Ras al-Ayn has been inhabited since at least the Neolithic age.

Kazan- Kazan National Research Technical University Казанский национальный исследовательский технический университет имени А. Н. Туполева he graduated in Economics in 1982

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