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Turkish bombardment hits hundreds of shops in Rajo’s main market

Turkish bombardment hits hundreds of shops in Rajo’s main market

Behind the indiscriminate bombardment of the Turkish occupation army and its terrorists over the past 23 days continued heavy destruction in civilian homes, infrastructure and vital services centers in addition to the main market in the center of Rajo area.
The brutal attacks by the Turkish occupation army and its terrorists on Rajo area center over 23 days destroyed hundreds of civilian houses, one of the main bakeries, post and agriculture centers, the Kurdish Red Crescent building, four schools and a kindergarten, as well as a dispensary in the area. In addition to causing serious damage to hundreds of shops distributed along the main street known as (Bazaar Street)
It was not only the artillery shelling of Rajo area is the same as the aerial bombing of Rajo area that resulted in the destruction of civilian houses. Most of the shops were located on the main market street known as the Bazaar Street.
In a related context, three schools (the martyr Haj Moos primary school, the martyr Demhat school for the intermediate stage, and the center of Democratic Community Education), the only kindergarten for children and the dispensary of the area were shelled and stopped working completely. And one of the main bakeries in the center of the region was subjected to heavy shelling last Friday, causing it to burn completely and stop work.
During the 23 days of simultaneous aerial, artillery and missile bombardment of the district, and the canton villages, the barbaric and indiscriminate shelling of Turkey has caused the martyrdom of more than 150 civilians, including many women and children, and wounded hundreds of them.
In light of the continued indiscriminate shelling and brutal attacks by the Turkish occupation army and its terrorists against Afrin district, the scale of destruction is likely to increase significantly across the canton.

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