Turkish tank hit by rocket, 3 soldiers injured in Syria's Jarablus
One Turkish tank was hit by terrorists with a rocket near the Sajur River located on the west of the northern Syrian town of Jarablus, injuring three soldiers, the Turkish Armed Forces said in a statement Tuesday, Daily Sabah reported.
Injured soldiers were brought back to Turkey for treatment.
It is not clear which group carried out the attack, as Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) elements have been clashing with both Daesh and the PKK's Syrian wing YPG in the region.
The river was earlier marked as a temporary ceasefire line between the FSA and YPG.
YPG terrorists attacked two Turkish tanks Saturday with Russian-made Kornet anti-tank missiles, killing one soldier and injuring three others, marking the first casualties in the Euphrates Shield operation launched by Turkey and theanti-Daesh coalition to remove threats from Turkey's borders