Al- Assad aircrafts and helicopters kill and wound more than 160 people in 24 hours • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Al- Assad aircrafts and helicopters kill and wound more than 160 people in 24 hours

 

SOHR could document 127 air raids carried out by the regime helicopters and aircrafts yesterday and targeting several places in Syria, where al- Assad warplanes committed 3 mascaras in each of the city of Khan Sheikhoun in the south of Idlib, town of Jasem in Darra and Doma in the Eastern Ghouta.

 

The helicopters dropped more than 78 explosive barrels on areas in the cities, towns and villages of the provinces of Rif Dimashq, Idlib, Daraa, Aleppo, Lattakia and Hama, while the aircrafts carried out 49 raids at least on places in Rif Dimashq, Aleppo, Deir Ezzor, Hama and Daraa.

 

The raids and barrel bombs have left death of 51 civilians, including 5 children and 3 women, while 110 others were wounded, some of them in critical situation. In addition to, the aerial bombardment caused material damages in people’s properties and led to kill some fighters from the rebel and Islamic battalions.

 

SOHR published yesterday the statistics of January 2015, where it documented 2014 air strikes by regime warplanes and helicopters around Syria.

Warplanes went in 931 air strikes targeted areas in Damascus, Dar’aa Aleppo, Idlib, Reef Dimashq, al-Quneitra, Homs, Hama, Der-Ezzor, Lattakia, al-Hasakah, and Damascus.

 

The helicopters dropped no less than 1083 explosive barrels on areas in Damascus, Dar’aa Aleppo, Idlib, Reef Dimashq, Homs, Hama, al-Hasakah, Lattakia, Raqqa.

271 civilians were killed ( 50 children, 37 women ) in addition to 184 men,  while no less than 1000 others were wounded in addition to material damages in civilians properties and displacing dozens of thousands.

 

190 fighters from rebel and Islamic battalions, Jabhat al-Nusra, and ISIS. 

 

 

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