In Pictures: Syrian Army attacks Turkish military base in northern Hama — Reports

The Syrian Arab Army has targeted with more than ten artillery strikes the Turkish military base in northern Hama countryside, early reports said on Sunday.
According to reports, 13 artillery shells fell on the surroundings of the Turkish observation post in Sheir Magher area in the northwestern countryside of Hama province.
Reports said that the artillery shells were launched by the Syrian army units stationed in Al-Kareem town in al-Ghab plain.
Earlier today, a Turkish military convoy has entered Syria coming from Hatay in Turkey and head toward the Turkish observation posts in southern Idlib countryside.
This comes amid the ongoing offensive by the Syrian army and allies to capture the demilitarized zone in northern Syria.