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The French concrete company that supplies concrete to the tunnels of the terrorist organization PKK/PYD was hit again. The National Intelligence Organization (MİT) targeted PKK/YPG militants nesting in a compound south of Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) on Sunday afternoon. While the fire was extinguished, the facility was hit again with an UCAV. In the last four days, MİT also destroyed dozens of targets, including critical infrastructure facilities and so-called road control points, which the PKK/YPG had turned into terrorist centers in Aleppo, Hasakah and Raqqa. The Avde oil field in Rumailan town of Hasakah, the terrorist organization's headquarters on Ali Ferro road in Qamishli, oil and natural gas facilities in Qahtaniyya, Malikiyya and Rumailan, which provide resources for the PKK/YPG's terrorist activities, were destroyed. It was stated that some of the targeted PKK/YPG facilities include the entry and exit points of the organization's tunnel network.

The French cement company was paying millions of euros to organizations including DAESH in order to continue its activities in Syria. In October, the company reached a settlement with the US justice system, pleading guilty to collaborating with DAESH in 2013 and 2014 and agreeing to pay a $778 million fine. The PKK/YPG has been trying to deter Turkey by pretending to be under coalition control at a time when the possibility of Turkish military action is increasing.

EXPLOSIONS 15 MINUTES APART

Explosions were heard in the PKK/YPG-controlled Syrian city of Qamishli yesterday morning. After 2 explosions 15 minutes apart, black smoke rose from the region. Those moments were also seen from Mardin Nusaybin, which borders Qamishli.

23 MORE TARGETS DESTROYED

The Turkish Armed Forces destroyed 23 terrorist targets last night. According to the statement made by the Ministry of National Defense, Metina, Gara, Hakurk and Kandil regions in northern Iraq and the facilities used by the organization to generate income in northern Syria were hit.