BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Turkish military traded blows in the northwestern countryside of the Hama Governorate on Friday morning, a field report from this front read.

According to the report, the Turkish Armed Forces fired more than 15 artillery shells towards the Syrian Arab Army’s checkpoints in northwestern Hama.

The Syrian Army responded by firing a number of artillery shells towards the Turkish observation post near the small town of Sheir Magher in northwestern Hama.

No casualties were reported by either side.

This hostile exchange comes just hours after reports surfaced that Turkey had summoned a Russian military attache over the Syrian Army’s attack on the Turkish observation post in Sheir Magher.

This attack on the Turkish observation post resulted in the death of one soldier and the hospitalization of two other military personnel.

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Assad must stay
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Assad must stay

Turkey go home. F.u.c.k Erdogollum .

Christopher7
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It was unbearably stupid to allow Turkey into Idlib in the first place. It was self evident that they would not leave without a fight.

Emile
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Well done Mr. Putin, very good agreement in Sotchi in October ! You have been manipulated by Erdogan ! You are not so clever as you believe.

Long Live Syria
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Long Live Syria

No casualties were reported by either side.

What a sheer waste of those Artillery Shells!!

Nigel Woo
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Nigel Woo

BAKAR BAKEKUCHIRA,
BAKAR JEWS TILL VANISH EVEN THEY DONT DARE TO RUN  WHEN MOTHER NATURE BURNING ISRAEL TO ASHES FOR 2ND MOON SURVIVAL.
(Other seek DANNY WOO VK in QWANT for book of life, so you aware why you need to keep a distance from subject that targeted to destroy cos human were just something replicated from machine)

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Nestor Arapa

La culpa es de Putín por dejarse engañar como un niño por parte del gobierno Turco.
Siria está en obligación de expulsar a los invasores junto a los traidores y mercenarios.

Lopez
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Lopez

watta f**k Turkish military is doing in Syria? Kill the intruders!

al-Nakba v2.0
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al-Nakba v2.0

Turks go home! And not only from Syria!
East-Thrace, Cyprus, Germany, Iraq…