Daily death toll | 11 people killed across Syria yesterday • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Daily death toll | 11 people killed across Syria yesterday

Two children were killed in the explosion of an old landmine in the regime-held village of Hatla in the north-eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

 

Two Turkish-backed militiamen were killed in an armed attack by unknown assailants on a checkpoint of a faction operating under the banner of the Turkish-backed “National Army” in Sharran district in Afrin countryside in north-western Aleppo.

 

Two jihadists and a civilian woman were killed in an explosion near al-Furousiyyah refugee camp in al-Fu’ah area in the north-east of Idlib, which was caused by an explosion in a warehouse belonging to jihadi groups, where shells and IEDs are manufactured.

 

Two members of Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham were killed after regime forces fired a guided missile on their car on Barnas frontline in the north of al-Tuffahiyyah area in Jabal al-Akrad in the northern countryside of Latakia.

 

A former member of the opposition factions, who had struck reconciliation deal with regime forces, was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in front of his house in the city of Jasim in the northern countryside of Daraa. it is worth noting that the young man was a drug dealer.

 

A retired colonel of Air-Force Intelligence service was shot dead by unknown gunmen in Qarqas town in al-Quneitra countryside near the occupied Syrian Golan. According to SOHR sources the ex-colonel was from Jasim city in the eastern countryside of Daraa, and he had strong ties with the regime security branches.

 

A member of the Customs service’s patrol was killed in clashes with smugglers. The clashes erupted when the patrol attempted to stop the smugglers’ vehicle near al-Nour petrol station near Homs-Tartus highway.

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