At least two civilians were wounded in an alleged Turkish shelling of Ayn Diwar village, east of Derik, local sources said.
@dersi4m tweeted: “The Turkish army is shelling the village Ayn Diwar, 12 km eastern of Derik. Two civilians have been wounded.”
ANF reported: “The village of Ayn Diwar, 12 km east of Derik city in northern Syria, is under constant attack by the Turkish army and allied mercenaries for two days, since the launch of Turkey’s military operation to invade North and East Syria on Wednesday [Oct 9th].
“The village has been targeted several times by Turkish aerial bombardments, howitzer and mortar attacks.
“Fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are evacuating the civilians from the village to make sure that they don’t suffer any harm. The young people in the village are refusing to leave and joining the resistance alongside the SDF.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Reports of the incident mention several locations being struck in the village of Ayn Diwar (عين ديوار). Investigating audio-visual material from sources, we have narrowed down one of these locations to a small compound on the northern edge of the village, for which the exact coordinates are: 37.287199, 42.192781.