The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Three regime soldiers killed or injured as a landmine explodes in rural Deir ez-Zor

Deir ez-Zor Governorate – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Activists told the Syrian Observatory that a moderate explosion was heard in Al Muhassan in rural Deir ez-Zor, caused by a landmine exploded in a military vehicle belonging to regime forces in the city, killing two soldiers and injuring another.

The death toll since late March 24 to date has risen. The Syrian Observatory documented the death of at least 350 members of regime forces and loyalists of Syrian and non-Syrian citizens, including at least two Russians.

In addition to 37 members of Iranian-backed militias of non-Syrian citizens, all were killed in ISIS attacks, IEDs and ambushes in the western Euphrates, and the desert of Deir ez-Zor, Homs and Sweida.

SOHR also confirmed the death of four civilians working in the gas fields as a result of the group’s attacks, and two shepherds were killed in the group’s attacks, While 103 persons have been killed during the same period in attacks, bombings and targets.