Turkish Artillery Firing
Turkish Artillery Firing

BEIRUT, LÍBANO (8:40 p.m.) – El viernes, según informes, el ejército turco bombardeó una prisión siria que estaba llena de detenidos del Estado Islámico (ISIS / ISIL / IS / Daesh).

La prisión, que estaba ubicada en el campo de Al-Qamishli, resultó gravemente dañada como resultado del ataque, lo que provocó la fuga de varios prisioneros.

Según la Agencia de Noticias ANF, el ejército turco atacó deliberadamente las prisiones de Jirkin y Navxure, lo que permitió que cinco miembros del Estado Islámico huyeran del área.

A continuación se muestra un video que muestra a los detenidos del Estado Islámico que, según los informes, huían de la prisión tras el atentado:

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