The observatory revealed Turkey's intention to send a new batch of mercenaries from the Syrian factions to Libya in the coming days.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) has said sources revealed Turkey has stepped up its military involvement in Libya and will resume sending mercenaries to Libya.
Another scandal adding to the Turkish pile got exposed as the true reason behind the murder of Turkish Brigadier General Semih Terzi, allegedly one of the key leaders of a 2016 failed coup in Turkey, was revealed.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said Saturday that Turkey sent 17 thousand mercenaries to fight in Libya including 350 children under 18 years old, reported Al Arabiya.
Also, this state of disobedience is caused by failure to pay them their financial dues at 2,000 dollars per month.
Also, 24 Syrian soldiers died in strikes.
Chairman of SOHR Ramy Abdel Rahman explained to Al Arabiya Al Hadath on Monday how the engagement between Turkish troops and the Syrian Armed Forces occurred.
Violent clashes in Abu Rasin area which is located between Tal Tamr and Ras Al-Ayn are ongoing under a cover of heavy and violent fire power and the factions are also backed by Turkish drones.
Fifteen people were killed in the Syrian regime forces' shelling of the besieged Eastern Ghouta in Damascus countryside.
About 40,000 people including more than 10,000 civilians were killed in Syria during 2017.
As many as 34 people were killed when a Russian warplane pounded a Daesh-held village in Deir El Zor province.
At least 53 people have been killed in three airstrikes on a Syrian market in Atareb, the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Monday.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Monday Islamic State killed at least 128 people in the Syrian town of al-Qaryatayn.
Clashes have continued between the Syrian army troops and opposition forces in al Hula area in Homs countryside on the second day.
the death toll of the raid launched by the international coalition on IS prison in eastern Syria rose to 57 persons including civilians.