Drones attack a graduation ceremony for Syrian students, killing more than 100 Daily News

Foreign news agencies reported from Damascus, Syria on October 6 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that at least 112 people had been killed and others wounded, and that more than 240 people had been killed in air strikes by unidentified forces. At the graduation ceremony of students from the Syrian Military College in the city of Homs, west of the country. Last Thursday

Most of the dead were military students. And at least 21 civilians, and additional information from the Syrian Ministry of Defense indicates that such attacks use unmanned aerial vehicles or drones. The incident area falls within the government’s area of ​​influence

At the same time, an artillery fire incident occurred at the target. In the Idlib region, it is located in the northwest and is still an area controlled by the rebels. At least 8 people were killed and about 30 others were injured.

A fire inside an oil refining plant in northeastern Syria near the Turkish border

After the incident, no group came forward to declare its involvement, but the Turkish Ministry of Defense issued a statement. It said it carried out air strikes on 30 targets in northern Syria. In response to the attack that targeted two attackers, members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party based in northern Iraq. In parts of Syria, an explosion occurred in front of the Ministry of Interior. In Ankara a few days earlier and as a result two police officers were injured.

The US Department of Defense said an F-16 fighter jet shot down a Turkish drone that approached the US aircraft at a distance of less than one kilometre, which is considered a dangerous distance.

Image source: Agence France-Presse

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