123 were killed yesterday including 65 of the regime forces and their loyal militias and 58 other people • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

123 were killed yesterday including 65 of the regime forces and their loyal militias and 58 other people

In Idlib Province, 3 civilians were killed they are: a man and a woman who were killed in bombardment by the regime’s warplanes on Kafr Nubl town south of Idlib and a child girl killed by the regime’s warplanes after they bombarded Maarrat Al-Nu’man city.

And in Hama Province, a man was killed after the fall of rocket shells fired by the factions on Shizer village which is under the control of the regime forces north of Hama.

While the SOHR learned that gunmen killed 2 young people from from Afrin while returning to their area coming from Afrin city, where they were killed about 500 meters away of a checkpoint of the “Military Academy” of “Olive Branch” faction near Maabatli junction.

Also one of the members of the Turkish-backed police was killed after being shot by unidentified gunmen on the road between Afrin city and Maabatli Township.

While 2 fighters were killed today, Saturday, one of whom died affected by the injury he had due to rocket targeting carried out yesterday by the regime forces on Kabana area, and the other one was killed after being hit by a sniper fire by the regime forces in the area of Abu Al-Duhur in the eastern countryside of Idlib.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned the military commander in Jaysh al-Izza Abdul Baset al-Sarout died affected by wounds he had during clash against the regime forces in Tal Meleh area at the northern countryside of Hama after the midnight of yesterday.

48 fighters including 31 of the Jihadis and 17 other factions were all killed during aerial bombardment and clashes against the regime forces within the “de-escalation” area.

65 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them were killed during targeting and clashes against the jihadi factions and groups in the northern countryside of Hama.

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