Unidentified aircraft bombs oil market in occupied Jarablus countryside

This evening, loud explosions were heard in the occupied villages of Jarablus, according to reports, an oil market was bombed by unknown aircraft.

Sources stated to our agency that two powerful explosions were heard this evening in the western countryside of Jarablus. According to information, they were caused by attacks launched by unidentified aircraft on a market for selling oil in the village of Koussa, in addition to their targeting of tanks carrying oil on the road near the village of Amarna in the countryside of Jarablus occupied by Turkey and its mercenaries.

It is noteworthy that this coincided with the bombing of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries with heavy weapons of the Manbij Military Council points in the villages north of the city of Manbij.

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