The warplanes resume their targeting to the Eastern Ghouta wuth advancement by the regime forces on its fronts before the 4th day of applying Putin’s “humanitarian” truce

Rif Dimashq Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the warplanes targeted in the early morning by several raids, areas in the cities of Douma and Zamalka and Hazza town as well as other places in Al-Marj area, in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, without information about casualties so far, before Putin’s “humanitarian” truce comes into effect, in the same context, the violent clashes are continuing in Hosh Al-Dawahira and other areas in the south-eastern section of the Eastern Ghouta, between the regime forces backed by armed militiamen loyal to them against Jaysh Al-Islam, coincided with exchange of shelling and targeting between the both parties, and information about more human losses, amid further advancement achieved by the regime forces in the area and they took the control of farms and building in the area.

And the Syrian Observatory published last night that the aerial bombardment continues on the eastern Ghouta on Thursday evening, the 1st of March 2018, where the Syrian Observatory monitored renewed raids by warplanes on areas in the towns of Douma, Arbin and al-Shifonyyah and other places in al-Marj area, which caused the death of 2 persons in Douma and 2 others in KafrBatna in al-Marj area, in addition to wounding serval others, raising to 617 citizens including 149 children and 90 women, the number of the civilian casualties who have been killed by the aerial, rocket and artillery shelling and bombardment by explosive barrels on the Eastern Ghouta, since Sunday evening the 18th of February 2018, among them there are 80 casualties including 21 children and 14 women were killed after the resolution of the UN Security Council, and the casualties are: 15 citizens including, a man and a child, a man and his wife and another woman citizens who were killed on Thursday in aerial shelling on Al-Marj area, Kafr Batna and Hamuriya, 9 citizens including a child and a member of the Civil Defense were killed in bombardment by warplanes on Beit Sawa, Harasta, Otaya and Douma outside the time of the truce, 7 citizens including 2 children and a woman who were killed yesterday Tuesday, in aerial and artillery shelling on Mesraba, Jesrin and Douma; and they are the people who were killed during the first 2 days of Putin’s “truce”, 34 citizens including 11 children and 7 women who were killed on Monday in the aerial and rocket shelling on Douma and Harasta and the area between Mesraba and Beit Sawa, 18 citizens including 5 children under the age of eighteen and 4 women were killed Sunday, in shelling by the regime forces and bombardment by warplanes on areas in Douma, al-Shifonyyah, Saqba, Beit Sawa, Hammuriyyeh and al-Rihan, and 53 citizens including 8 children and 9 women were killed on Saturday by bombardment by warplanes on Harasta, Douma, Zamalka, Beit Sawa and Al-Shifonyyah, 43 citizens including 18 children and 4 women were killed on Friday, 74 citizens including 9 children and 8 citizen women who were killed on Thursday in bombardment by warplanes on areas in Mesraba and Aftries towns and Douma and Arbin cities, 87 citizens including 21 children and 12 women, were killed on Wednesday in bombardment by helicopters by explosive barrels on Kafr Batna town and airstrikes on Jesrin town and raids on Saqba, 133 citizens including 33 children and 17 women were killed on Tuesday, in the shelling on the areas of Nashabiyah, Otaya, Arbin, Zamalka Mesraba, Hamuriya, Saqba and Ash’ari, 127 citizens including 34 children and 23 women were killed on Monday, in the aerial and ground bombardment on Hamuriya, Beit Sawa and Saqba, Douma , Mesraba, Otaya, Nashabiyah, Zamalka, Aftries, KafrBatna, Al-Shifonyyah and Jesrin, 17 citizens including 5 children and 3 women were killed on the evening of Sunday, while the aerial and artillery shelling resulted in the fall of hundreds of injuries, some of them are still in serious cases, which may raise the death toll.

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