TOPSHOT - Turkish-backed fighters from the Free Syrian Army stand in the Tal Malid area, north of Aleppo, as they fire towards Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) positions in the village of Um al-Hosh, in the area of Afrin, on January 20, 2018. Turkish forces began shelling the YPG enclave of Afrin from frontier Hatay province, according to the state-run Anadolu news agency. Turkey has said repeatedly this week that an operation to oust the YPG from Afrin is imminent and has massed troops and armour on the border. / AFP PHOTO / Nazeer al-Khatib

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – A number of Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldiers were killed this weekend when the Turkish-backed National Liberation Front (NLF) launched an attack on their positions in northern Hama.

According to a military source in the Hama Governorate, several Syrian Arab Army soldiers were killed after the National Liberation Front launched several artillery shells towards the former’s positions inside the town of Tal Maraq.

The source said that the death toll has exceeded 15 and is expected to keep rising as scores were badly wounded as a result of this attack by the National Liberation Front.

Below is a video showing the National Liberation Front launching their attack against the Syrian Arab Army in northern Hama:

Since the NLF attack, the Syrian Arab Army has unleashed a new assault that has targeted several areas across the northern countryside of the Hama Governorate.

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Nestor Arapa

Erdogan pidió tiempo y hay está las consecuencias, tuvo suficiente tiempo para armar a sus mercenarios.
Responsable cómplice de este ataque si duda también es Rusia por permitir que el gobierno Turco intervenga.

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Iron Dome needed, moreover, it detects from where the launch came…By having e.g. a CAESAR self propelled Howitzer (cheaper than a non propelled M777!), accuracy being sub-metric with standard shells, you can immediately return fire up to 50 km just after the launch. A BM-21 Grad being of lesser range, the BM-21 will fire once but not twice… There are also GLONASS guided shells for Russian 152mm Model 1952 Howitzers but these are pretty expensive, same for US 155mm GPS guided ones.