++PLEASE NOTE: CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES OF INJURED PEOPLE, INCLUDING CHILDREN++
++PLEASE NOTE: STORYLINE AMENDED TO REFLECT THAT EVENTS IN EDIT TOOK PLACE ON SUNDAY++
Tal Tamr - 13 October 2019
1. Injured man being carried off vehicle on a stretcher
2. Various of injured people arriving at hospital on the backs of vehicles
3. Man carried on stretcher into hospital
4. Ambulance arriving
5. Injured man on stretcher being carried into hospital
6. Various of an injured young man getting treatment
7. Various of a child with blood on his face receiving treatment
8. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) no name given, injured in shelling:
"Look at their injustice, look, film their injustice, film it. Look at their injustice, look. We are civilians and see what they did to us. We didn't even get out of the house, but they hit us. They are deliberately targeting the civilians. They are deliberately targeting the civilians. The Turks, we have been hit by the Turks."
9. Injured woman on stretcher in hospital
10. Various of women receiving treatment
11. SOUNDBITE (Kurdish) No name gievn, medical staff member at Tel Tamer hospital:
"Where is the United Nations? Let them come to see the blood of our children on the floor. Why don't they show up? Our children are gone, our girls are gone, and our strength is gone."
12. Various of seriously injured people on stretchers being taken to ambulance to be transferred to Hassaka
13. Various of seriously injured people put in ambulances and taken to Hassaka
14. Members of Kurdish forces clearing the entrance to the hospital
Dozens of injured people were brought to a hospital in Tal Tamr in Syria on Sunday, after Turkish airstrikes on a convoy which killed at least nine people, including five civilians, accoridng to a war monitor and Syrian Kurdish officials.
The convoy included protesters opposing the ongoing Turkey-led offensive into northern Syria.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the convoy was guarded by armed men and hit on Sunday when it arrived in Ras al-Ayn, a border town that advancing Turkish-allied forces have seized.
A spokesman for the Kurdish forces said at least 11 were killed and 74 injured but it was not clear how many were civilians.
The Observatory said journalists, including foreigners, were accompanying the convoy.
A Kurdish news agency, Hawar, said one of its reporters was killed.
Images of the attack showed the airstrike shatter an otherwise quiet street. Bodies and severed limbs were strewn in the street. Some of those killed appeared to be carrying guns.
Activists said the gunmen were guarding the convoy.