BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:45 P.M.) – The ongoing water crisis in the Al-Hasakah Governorate continued on Thursday when the Turkish-backed militants damaged main tidal line feeding into the administrative capital and several other areas.

The Director General of the Al-Hasakah Water Corporation, Mahmoud Al-Oklah, reported that the interruption of drinking water in the city of Al-Hasakah was a result of the main (traction line) from the project of the wells station in the countryside of Ras al-Ain being damaged by the Turkish-backed forces.

Al-Oklah added that engineers are currently examining the damage and determining the possibility of direct repairs, which were afflicted by the 1.2-meter tide line, in light of the continued bombing by the Turkish-backed militants.

For several weeks now, the Turkish-backed militants have been purposely cutting the water supply to the people of the Al-Hasakah Governorate; this has left more than 500,000 people without water around the administrative capital.

Just two days ago, the Turkish-backed forces resumed pumping drinking water into the city, before concentrated shelling along the tide line caused it to be cut again.

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Daeshbags-Sux
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Such acts are war crimes…
Since the Hague replaced Nuremberg, all roads now lead to the Hague.

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joerg gruel

Well @db, as neither Dubjah Bush, nor Bibi, nor MbS, nor Obama et accomplices were summoned to the Hague, there’s rather little chance for Erdolf to walk down the line…

Assad must stay
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Assad must stay

Crime of war.
Thanks to the Grand-Vizir.

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Turkish warmongers..

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

¿ Another ceasefire agreement my friend Russian ? Well, dear Putin you need to please Erdogan due to TurkeyStream.