Deteriorating security in HTS-held areas | Woman found dead in south Idlib • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Deteriorating security in HTS-held areas | Woman found dead in south Idlib

Idlib Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: SOHR sources have reported that the body of a woman was found in sewage nearby Kansafra town in the southern countryside of Idlib, in areas under the control of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and opposition factions. The reasons and circumstances of this murder remained unknown.

 

On April 22, SOHR sources reported clashes, with individual weapons, between armed men of two families in the village of Bsamis in the southern countryside of Idlib. A family dispute evolved into clashes, in which two people were killed and others were wounded, amid attempts to defuse the tension.

 

SOHR activists reported earlier that day exchange of fire between an Uzbek jihadist and another person in Al-Dabit neighbourhood in the city of Idlib, which is under the control of Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham, opposition factions and jihadists. According to SOHR sources, the person attempted to assassinate the Uzbek, but the jihadist managed to kill him. Other sources reported that the attacker was wearing an explosive belt.

 

Three days earlier, SOHR activists reported hearing an explosion on the road between Idlib and Kafriya, near Al-Ram military checkpoint, in areas under the control of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham. The explosion was believed to be caused by the explosion of a landmine in the area, but no casualties were reported. Unconfirmed reported suggested the explosion was caused by the detonation of an IED in a car.

 

A few days earlier, SOHR sources reported an explosion in areas held by HTS and rebels, caused by the detonation of an IED in a car at the eastern corniche of the city, but no casualties were reported.

 

This explosion came in light of the ongoing security chaos in areas controlled by the HTS and factions.

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