One civilian was allegedly killed by a Turkish airstrike on Kani Masi.
Rudaw reported: “Khalid Abdulrahman, 60, was killed while trying to rescue his grazing livestock after several Turkish airstrike hit the village of Kani Mazin, according to Kani Masi Mayor Sarbast Akrey.
‘At 1:45pm a drone came and fired two rockets and then a jet came and fired three others. When the jet fired the sixth rocket it hit the vicinity of the village,’ Akrey told Rudaw English.
‘The teacher tried to rescue the livestock which were near a fire caused by the bombardment but he was killed,’ he added.
The outskirts of the village were set alight by the airstrikes, and villagers have failed to extinguish the blaze, according to the mayor.”
According to Shafaaq the victim was 50 years old.
NRT said: “Sub-district director Sarbast Akrayi told NRT Digital Media that the Turkish military attacked the area around 1:30 pm, conducting five bombing runs, which caused significant damage to the villagers’ orchards and groves.”
Several sources said that the victim was the headmaster of a local school.
The incident occured between 1:30 pm and 1:54 am local time.
- Khalid Abdulrahman 60 years old male Teacher killed
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Reports of the incident mention the village of Kani Masi (كاني ماسي) for which the generic coordinates are: 37.229298, 43.438993. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.