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Hundreds of acres of agricultural land were damaged by the fires in Hasaka countryside

2020-05-23T08:38:01.657Z

Al-Hasakah-SANA The fires that broke out in the agricultural lands in Al-Hasakah countryside during the past hours have affected areas of Wa



Al-Hasakah-Sana

The fires that broke out in the agricultural lands in Hasaka countryside during the past few hours resulted in large areas of fields planted with wheat and barley crops, and caused more than 800 dunums of them.

According to a Sana correspondent, according to the testimonies of a number of the people of the area, the total area affected by the fires today reached more than 800 dunums planted with wheat and barley crops, including 100 dunums in the village of Al-Dhiba on the Hasaka / Safia highway north of the city and 70 dunums in the village of Aloni on the Al-Hasakah Al-Darbasiya highway. Near a point for the American occupation forces, in addition to 700 dunums in the village of Al-Milibiya in the southern countryside of Hasaka and 25 dunums in the village of Umm Al-Kabr, southwest of Hasaka.

The sources pointed out that the majority of the damaged area is planted with barley crop, while the outbreak of fires is still repeated amid growing fear among farmers, due to the strong winds caused by the strong winds in their areas these days.

And an aircraft of the American occupation forces on the seventeenth of this month burned more than 200 dunums of wheat fields by throwing a number of thermal balloons over agricultural lands in the countryside of Al-Shaddadi city, south of Hasaka, while the fires destroyed on the twenty-third of this month, 800 dunums planted with barley in rural Ras Al-Ain, as a result of the fighting between the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation, among them, as the Turkish aggression with missiles on villages in the northern countryside of Tel Tamr, caused fires that destroyed large areas of agricultural land.

Source: sena

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