Since beginning of November | Explosion of war remnants kill 17 civilians in Syria mostly women, children • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Since beginning of November | Explosion of war remnants kill 17 civilians in Syria mostly women, children

SOHR activists have reported that the Syrian war ordnance including old landmine and IED continue claiming lives of Syrians in the entire Syrian province under different powers.

According to SOHR sources, 17 Syrians including six children and three women killed due to explosions of war ordnance since the beginning of November, which took place in Idlib, Aleppo, al-Qunaitara, Daraa and Hama provinces.

Conditions of the deaths were categorized as:
• On November 1, a young man was killed, in explosion of landmine of Syrian war ordnance in al-Hamideya region in the northern countryside of al-Qunaitara.

• On November 2, SOHR activists documented the death of two little sibling girls in Qarf Maghar village in Jarabulus countryside, east of Aleppo, after the explosion of a grenade they were playing with, near the house of the village’s headman.

• On November 4, SOHR activists reported the death of a seven-year-old child, due to the explosion of unexploded old ordnances from the remnants of an opposition factions’ warehouse, while he was playing near Ma’rait al-Shalf town in Harem district in the northwestern countryside of Idlib.

• On November 6, SOHR activists have reported the death of seven civilians due to the explosion of an old landmine in Palmyra desert in the eastern countryside of Homs.

• On November 6, a girl was killed due to the explosion of a grenade in Saboura district in the northern countryside of Sallmiyya.

• On November 7, SOHR activists reported death of a child in land mine explosion expected to be part of war ordnance in Souran town in Syrian regime-controlled areas in north countryside of Hama province.

• On November 12, SOHR activists reported death of a child and a man while other two were wounded in a land mine explosion, expected to be part of the war ordnance while they had picked olive in the vicinity of San town in east Idlib countryside.

• On November 12, SOHR activists have reported death of a young man due to explosion of cluster bomb of war ordnance in Daraa al-Balad.

• On November 13, SOHR activists documented the death of a civilian due to the explosion of an old landmine, while he was cultivating his olive orchard in Qert Wayran village in the west of Manbij in the eastern countryside of Aleppo.

Syrian Observatory activists have documented the death of 631 people, including 82 women and 226 children, by mines and IED explosions and the collapse of cracked residential buildings in several areas of the Syrian territory in Homs, Hama, Deir Ezzor, Aleppo and the Syrian South since early January 2019.

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