In Photos: Turkish Army Supply Vehicle Is Blown Up In IED Attack In Idlib

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On March 15, a Turkish Army supply vehicle was blown up in an IED attack in the Syrian region of Idlib.

The explosion almost fully destroyed a water transport vehicle of the Turkish Army near Idlib city. Some sources claim that at least one Turkish soldier was injured.

Saryat Ansar Abu Baker As-Siddiq militant group claimed responsibility for the attack.

Just 2 days ago, on March 13, another IED attack hit a Turkish military column moving on a road in the southeastern outskirt of Idlib city. That attack also allegedly led to casualites, but the Turkish side did not comment these incidents. The March 13 attack was also claimed by Saryat Ansar Abu Baker As-Siddiq.

Saryat Ansar Abu Baker As-Siddiq represents the discontent of Turkish proxies by the lack of Turkish military actions against the Syrian government after the failure of the Turkish military operation to recapture Idlib province areas already liberated by the Syrian Army from militants.

In Photos: Turkish Army Supply Vehicle Is Blown Up In IED Attack In Idlib

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In Photos: Turkish Army Supply Vehicle Is Blown Up In IED Attack In Idlib

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