41 people were killed including 8 members of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them, and 33 other persons in different circumstances in several areas of Syria yesterday • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

41 people were killed including 8 members of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them, and 33 other persons in different circumstances in several areas of Syria yesterday

In Deir Ezzor province, 5 children at least were killed in a landmine explosion inside Ibn Sina School in al-Tayba area on the outskirts of al-Mayadin city east of Deir Ezzor, in addition to assassination that targeted a citizen in Al-Hawaij village in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezor.

In Idlib province, 3 citizens including a woman were killed due to Russian airstrikes on Maarrat Al-Na’saan village in the north-eastern countryside of Idlib.

In Hama province, a citizen was killed due to the explosion of a landmine of war remnants in Suran city which is under control of the regime forces in the northern countryside of Hama.

In Daraa province, a citizen from Bosra al-Sham in Daraa province, died under torture in the regime’s prisons after being detained for 7 years and half.

In Rif Dimashq province, a citizen from Al-Ibada town in the Eastern Ghouta affected by earlier injury caused by bombardment by regime’s warplanes on the Eastern Ghouta.

While 8 members of the regime forces were killed as well as the killing of 19 fighters (4 of the factions and 15 of the jihadis), due to aerial and ground shelling and fierce clashes in the areas of Al-Zarzur, Um Al-Khalakhil and Al-Mshirfah south-east of Idlib.

A member of the rebel factions was killed in targeting by the regime forces to areas in Jabal Al-Akrad in Latakia countryside.

Another member of the rebel factions was also killed in shelling and clashes against the regime forces in fronts of the southern countryside of Idlib.

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