Missing 20 days ago | Residents find civilian body in Al-Suwaydaa • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Missing 20 days ago | Residents find civilian body in Al-Suwaydaa

Al-Suwaydaa province: SOHR activists have reported that residents found the body of a civilian from Kafr Al-Lahf murdered in mysterious circumstances, and dumped in a hole inside his house after he had gone missing for 20 days.

On January 13, SOHR activists reported that gunmen have fired an “RPG” shell on a house in the Bedouin neighbourhood western of the road in Shahba city in Al-Suwaydaa countryside, coinciding with heavy shooting in the area, however no casualties were reported.
This came after end of the period given to handle some people involved in killing a Bedouin civilian on January 6.
On January 6, SOHR activists reported that a young man from the Bedouin tribe was killed in the countryside of Al-Suwaydaa, due to clashes in Shahba city between two Bedouin tribes’ families in the western neighbourhoods, without knowing reasons behind the clashes.
While on early January, SOHR activists reported that a new crime occurred in regime-controlled areas when a civilian was killed in Al-Suwaydaa province.
The residents found the body of a civilian with shot wounds on a road linking the villages of Irimah, Harran and Labine, north-west of Al-Suwaydaa.
According to Syrian Observatory sources, the victim was a distributor who gives out and sells goods by his car.

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