7 children injured in a mine explosion of the war’s remnant in Daraa countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

7 children injured in a mine explosion of the war’s remnant in Daraa countryside

Remnants of war, unexploded ammo, cluster bombs, and mines are scattered throughout most of the Syrian territory that witnessed clashes between various military forces, who fought to increase their influence, where mines were used as means to trick the enemy into ambushes, also regime’s “internationally prohibited” cluster bombs have increased the victims of war, particularly among children, due to the lack of awareness regarding how to deal with them.

And in this context, a mine of the remnants of war exploded in Naseeb town in Daraa countryside, which injured 7 children some of them are in critical condition.

The Syrian Observatory also published on the 11th of December 2019 that the explosion of the Syrian war leftovers still claiming the lives of more Syrians, where a landmine exploded in a tractor with a citizen on it, where he was plowing his land east of Kernaz township which is under control of the regime forces in the northern countryside of Hama, which resulted in the injury of the citizen badly.

It is noteworthy that the regime forces approved the return of residents of the northern countryside of Hama to their areas in November.

SOHR documented on December 5, the death of a child today, in Jasim city in Daraa countryside, affected by the injury he had on November 30 due to the explosion of a cluster bomb of previous shelling remnants.

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