المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Death toll update | Three regime soldiers and loyalists killed in attack in and landmine explosion in the “de-escalation zone

SOHR activists have documented the death of a regime soldier due to the landmine explosion on frontlines of the northern countryside of Latakia, bringing the number of fatalities among regime forces and loyalists who were killed in the past 24 hours in the “de-escalation zone” to three as follows: two regime soldiers killed in a landmine explosion on frontlines of north Latakia countryside, and NDF member killed in an attack by rebels on the frontlines of Basarton village in the western countryside of Aleppo with a heat-seeker missile

 

SOHR sources have just reported that regime forces renewed rocket fire on the “de-escalation zone” in the early hours of Wednesday morning, as several rockets hit positions in Sfuhen, Al-Bara, Kansafrah, Fulayfel, Bayanin, Al-Ruwayha in the southern countryside of Idlib, the surrounding areas of Qulaydeen and Al-Ankawi in Sahl Al-Ghab in north-western Hama. Meanwhile, the frontlines of Sahl Al-Ghab experienced exchange of heavy machinegun fire between regime forces and opposition factions, but no casualties were reported.

 

Yesterday, SOHR activists documented the death of a member of the regime-backed “National Defence Forces” (NDF), succumbing to his wounds sustained in an attack on his group with a heat-seeker missile which hit frontlines of the village of Basarton in Aleppo countryside. While in Latakia countryside, a regime soldier was killed affected by the injury he sustained in a landmine explosion near the frontlines.

 

On the other hand, regime forces stationed in Sahl Al-Ghab targeted the road between the villages of Hamimat and Al-Hamidia in western Hama with a Cornet rocket, but no casualties were reported.

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