Having "rice tablets" | Child ends his live in refugee camp in rural Idlib over stress • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Having “rice tablets” | Child ends his live in refugee camp in rural Idlib over stress

SOHR sources have reported that a 16-year-old boy from Basqla village in Idlib countryside committed suicide in a refugee camp in Deir Hassan in north Idlib. According to SOHR sources, the boy had a “rice tablet” (tablet of Aluminum Phosphide which is readily available as a fumigant for stored cereal grains) over stress and lack of awareness, which caused his death.

 

On April 26, SOHR sources reported that two suicides of two girls occurred in areas controlled by Turkish forces and affiliated factions in Aleppo countryside on Tuesday evening.

 

According to SOHR sources, a 20-year-old girl hanged herself in her house in Marea city, north of Aleppo. While a girl under the age of 18 committed suicide by taking drugs overdose in Ehtamilat village in Azaz countryside, north of Aleppo. No further details about the motives for suicide were reported.

 

On March 14, Observatory sources reported that a civilian committed suicide by jumping from the third floor in Al-Ashrafieh neighbourhood in Afrin, north of Aleppo, while being pursued by members of “Al-Jabha Al-Shamiyah” operating under the banner of Azm operations room for “involving in drug trafficking.”

 

The man was accused of “being one of the security members of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and involved in smuggling operations on frontlines.”