Turkey is targeting northeast Syria’s water supply and it’s against the law

Satellite image taken on October 15th. No visible damage. Red square highlights damaged wall around water pumping compound. Source: @obretix
Satellite image provided highlighting 600m distance between Allouk Water Station and Turkish border. Source: Yandex Maps
Members of the Syrian Red Crescent repair damaged electrical lines outside of Al’louk Water Station on October 14th. Source: Khaled Erksoussi, General Secretary of Syrian Red Crescent
Members of the Syrian Red Crescent make additional repairs to the electrical lines outside of Al’louk Water Station on October 19th. Source: Khaled Erksoussi, General Secretary of Syrian Red Crescent

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Cate Brown

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I report on borders, resources and human security. Currently @Columbia | SIPA. Formerly @Mercy Corps

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