Following the US airborne raid and killing of the ISIS leader in Turkish controlled NW Syria of Idlib, Turkish planes bombed several villages in Shehba, 3 February in which a school was also targeted and badly damaged in the bombing, ANHA reports.
About 20 howitzer shells of high explosives have reportedly hit the villages so far.
Since yesterday, Turkish warplanes have been carrying out continuous attacks on the villages of Qeramil, Xirnata, Um El Hoş, Hirbil, Semoqa, Hesiyê, Şêx, Nîrabiyê and Til Rifet district of Shehba.
It has been reported that the bombardment is ongoing.
Meanwhile, Turkish warplanes also stepped up attacks in NE Syria where they bombed several villages in the city of Dêrik which lies within the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria.
Turkey carried out simultaneous airstrikes against Dêrik, Shengal and Makhmour on 1 February following the defeat of ISIS in Haseke, in which four Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) fighters lost their lives and five workers were injured at the Gir Kendal power plant in Dêrik.
The People’s Democratic Party (HDP) in Turkey condemned the attacks.