Remnants of ISIS continue to reap lives of Syrians and raise to 65, the number of women and children killed by the IEDs and mines of ISIS in several Syrian areas • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Remnants of ISIS continue to reap lives of Syrians and raise to 65, the number of women and children killed by the IEDs and mines of ISIS in several Syrian areas

The remnants of the “Islamic State” organization of IEDs and mines planted wherever it used to exist during its control over several areas of Syrian territory, continue to claim lives of Syrians seeking a living for them and their children, children who are looking for something that let them forget the pain of war, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented more human casualties as a result of the continued explosion of IEDs and mines, where 2 children under the age of eighteen were killed by a landmine explosion on Saturday evening, as a result of the rainfall in al-Der’iyyeh neighborhood near al-Istiqlal Park in al-Raqqah city, where they died affected by their injuries on Sunday morning, also 2 bodies were found on Saturday as a result of a mine explosion in al-Sheikh Nasir village in the countryside of al-Bab city in the northeastern sector of Aleppo countryside, raising to 65 people including 47 women and 10 children, the number of people killed by mines and IED explosions in several areas of the Syrian territory in Homs, Hama, and Deir Ezzor since the 17th of February 2019 until the 31st of Match 2019, and among the total number of casualties the Syrian Observatory documented the death of 34 people including 28 women and 3 children, also the Syrian Observatory documented the killing and execution of 16 members of the regime forces; as they were passing over minefield areas, or arrested by groups of ISIS and executed during their search and collection of the truffle which grows in the areas that is subjected to heavy rain, and it is sold at very high prices, while the IEDs and mines have also left tens of wounded since the second half of February until now, mostly citizen women, and their injuries varied between severe, amputations, middle, and simple wounds.

The Syrian Observatory published hours ago that a violent explosion was heard in Maarrat al-Nu’man city in the southern countryside of Idlib, it was caused by the explosion of a missile that had not exploded in the southern neighborhood of the city, which injured people including a woman, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 27th of March 2019 that the remnants of the war on Syria’s territory are still killing and wounding more people, within the controlled areas of the regime forces, the controlled areas of the factions and the controlled areas of the Syria Democratic Forces, and in every time, they leave more human losses, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of about 10 persons after they had been injured in the area of Tal Jabin in the northern countryside of Aleppo, which is controlled by the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them, due to the explosion of mines of the remnants of the military operations in the area, the Syrian Observatory also monitored the explosion of a landmine in the vicinity of Al-Raqqah city which killed a child, north of Al-Raqqah city, where the “Islamic State” organization planted it previously, while the SOHR monitored the death of 3 members of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them, in the explosion of landmines in them in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor, and the SOHR monitored in the past 48 hours, the explosion of a landmine in Hajin area in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, which killed  a young man and injured a child with severe wounds that led to having his leg amputated, while a man and his pregnant wife were killed with 2 of their sons as a result of the explosion of a landmine in al-Tawwamiyyah village in Deir Ezzor countryside, the explosion also resulted in the injury of a woman from the same family.

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