WATCH: ISIS Shows Aftermath of Alleged Turkish Airstrike

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A video released by the Islamic State from Sawran, near Aleppo, Syria, alleges to show the hellish aftermath of an airstrike that struck civilians, carried out by Turkey. The video was released on October 11 on ISIS terrorist channels and is alleged to have been filmed on October 10.

A description released with the video reads: “Aftermath of Today’s Turkish Bombardment of #Suran Village in #Aleppo’s Northern Countryside.”

In the video, men are seen removing a corpse from the street. Destroyed buildings are also shown, one with flames still pouring from it.

It cannot be confirmed that the corpse shown is a civilian. However, recent airstrikes suspected to have been carried out by Turkey have killed multiple civilians in Syria.

The Los Angeles Times reports:

A Syria monitoring group and a Kurdish news agency say overnight airstrikes, suspected to be Turkish, have hit a village in northern Syria, killing at least 18 civilians.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says at least 19 were killed, including three children, in the attack on the majority Kurdish village of Thulthana, in northern Aleppo province.

The town hit is a majority Kurdish town currently controlled by ISIS.

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