The Turkish army used chemical projectiles to attack the Syrian province of Afrin, the Syrian government agency SANA reported.
Six people suffered. They are admitted to a hospital with suffocating complaints. The Turkish army uses napalm and shells of chlorine, said spokesman Kurdish People’s Self-Defense Forces Reizan Hedu. He accused Ankara of using weapons prohibited by international conventions.
According to city hospitals in northern Syria, 142 civilians have died so far as a result of the bombing and artillery shelling by the Turkish armed forces. Medical help was given to 345 injured. Many victims are women and children. As a result of the military operations that began on January 20th, economic infrastructure in the region, residential homes, mosques and historical monuments was destroyed.
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