20 September 2021
Russian Military Police conducted a military patrol in the countryside of Derik city, northeast Syria
Qamishli: The Asayiş Raqqa security military convoy entered Qamishli city
Families recently entered al-Tai neighborhood in Qamishli, northeast Syria, after the expulsion of the pro-government National Defense Forces (NDF) following days of clashes in the city
-YPG gained control over the entire Tay neighborhood, civilians returned. The government has lost the neighborhood it has held since the civil war. - The government lost land for the first time after Operation Spring Shield. Still no explanation from the Damascus government
After Suhoor, there was a clash between the SNA and YPG on the Muhsinli line in the north of Manbij.
Clashes tonight in the Tayy neighborhood of Qamishli after the ceasefire between the NDF and Asayîş broke down
Medical source: Wounded Asayish arrives at Martyr Khabat Hospital after the National Defense groups violated the truce in Qamishli
Clashes in al Tayy neighborhood between the Asayîş and NDF reported
Asayish statement: With guarantee from SDF and Russian forces, permanent ceasefire was reached on the condition that the NDF does not violate the truce. Residents of al-Tai are essential to Qamishli and can return to their homes
Clashes have been going on for two days between two clans in the city of Raqqa. 3 civilians have been killed so far and the SDF has not yet intervened to stop the clashes. The video shows panic among civilians while clans militants are fighting in residential areas
Ceasefire broken (again) in Qamishli
West part of mount Zinar is hit again - fighting erupted between PKK-TAF in early morning on top of Zinar mountain
4 month ago
Turkey continues airstrikes on second day of new operations in Kurdistan Region
Russian officers accompanied by representatives of Asayish and Syrian government checking contact lines in al-Tai neighborhood in Qamishli, with Russian air cover
3 airstrikes north of Bamerne  Baze valley4 month ago
3 airstrikes north of Bamerne Baze valley
4 month ago
Northern Iraq: Fighter jets belonging to TAF involved in an air operation against PKK targets in Qandil region
NDF reportedly massing in Zunud neighborhood south of Tayy tonight during the ceasefire. No shots, but movement reported
Northern Iraq: Fighter jets belonging to the Turkish Armed Forces continue to hit PKK targets in the Metina region4 month ago
Northern Iraq: Fighter jets belonging to the Turkish Armed Forces continue to hit PKK targets in the Metina region
NorthernIraq: TAF troops deployed to strategic Nirwasitu Mountain in Avashin region with an air drop
Northern Iraq: Turkish Armed Forces deployed to the strategic Zinnar Mountain in the Metina region with an air strike operation.
YPG in Qamishli tonight
Syrian Democratic Forces General Command met with leaders of the Raqqa and Tabqa Military Councils to "discuss organizational matters and identify the needs and problems facing the military forces"
Local source in the city of al-Bab: Car bomb exploded during the passage of a Turkish army convoy, injuring Turkish soldier and damaging military vehicle
Clashes between the Afrin Liberation Forces and TFSA reported by the TFSA at Gobelê, east of Afrin
Loud explosion in al Bab with reports that a car bomb has gone off
Successive meetings will be held under Syrian Democratic Forces' (SDF) and Russian troops' auspices until the reaching of a permanent ceasefire in al-Tai neighborhood in Qamishli, according to a source
Ceasefire has been broken. Clashes heard in al Tayy neighborhood. Also reports that RPGs have been fired at the Asayîş
Airstrike on top of Zinar mountain Kesta village north east Batufa/Batifa4 month ago
Airstrike on top of Zinar mountain Kesta village north east Batufa/Batifa
Jets flying over Zap and Gara. Flying at low altitude over Amedi
Security source: National Defense are bringing their members from areas south of the city of Qamishli to attack Asayish sites east of al-Tai neighborhood
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