المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

11 were killed yesterday including an officer of the regime forces and 10 other people

The Security branch of the “Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham” carried out Hirabah punishment against 3 people in Anjarah town in the western countryside of Aleppo, and according to the Syrian Observatory’s sources, “the Hirabah was carried out on these people after various charges were brought against them, which are witchcraft and sorcery, while one of them claimed to be a prophet.”

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of a child displaced from Hama countryside to areas of control of the Turkish-backed factions in the northern countryside of Aleppo, he was killed in a mine explosion of the remnant of war in Afrin countryside.

In Idlib Province, a was killed by an IED explosion in Jisr al-Shughur city in the western countryside of Idlib.

In Daraa Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of a citizen from al-Hara town in the western countryside of Daraa; under torture in Sednaya prison, after nearly one year of detention.

In Hama Province, a citizen was killed in targeting a motorcycle with a guided missile, on the road between the villages of al-Manara and al-Ankawi in Sahl al-Ghab at the northwestern countryside of Hama.

While unidentified gunmen opened fire of a war gun at 2 brothers from Daraa al-Balad while they were in al-Swidan market, sources told the Syrian Observatory that both brothers were in the ranks of the opposition factions; and after the settlement agreement their situation were settled.

A member of the Turkish-backed “Sham Corps” was killed in an IED explosion in his car in Ashrafyyeh neighborhood in the middle of Afrin city, which is controlled by the “Turkish Forces” and their loyal factions in the northwestern countryside of Aleppo.

Also a regime’s lieutenant was killed in Latakia countryside during clashes against the jihadi factions.

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