Daily death toll | 17 persons killed on August 9 across Syria • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Daily death toll | 17 persons killed on August 9 across Syria

Further details of fatalities, documented by SOHR, can be summarised as follows:

A civilian was killed under extensive Turkish ground shelling on areas in Tel Tamr countryside north western of Al-Hasakah.

A civilian and his son were killed by the civilian’s brother, due to family clashes in Al-Zibdiyah neighbourhood in Aleppo.

An elder man died affected by the wounds he sustained an a grenade explosion inside his house, which was thrown by an unidentified person in Al-Suwaydaa.

Four members of the “Autonomous Defence” were killed by a Turkish drone shelling on the vicinity of “Covid” Hospital, which belongs to the United Nations, in the vicinity of Al-Qamishly city in Al-Hasakah.

Two brothers were killed in armed family clashes between people of one family in Tel Shihab town in western Daraa countryside, due to an old dispute, which escalated to armed clashes.

A child was killed in Al-Qahtaniyah countryside eastern of Al-Qamishly, by Turkish shelling on civilians’ houses.

An eight years-old child died by the explosion of an object of war remnants in Al-Sanida town in south eastern of Hama countryside.

an Iraqi refugee called “Abo Salim Al-Iraqi”, who was accused of “being an ISIS commander”, where he blew himself up after being sieged by regime forces and local gunmen in a house in Adwan town in western Daraa countryside.

Three non-Syrian members of Iranian militias were killed in an ISIS attack on a checkpoint at the entrance of Al-Sokhna in Homs desert near the administrative borders with Deir Ezzor.

an Iraqi refugee called “Abo Salim Al-Iraqi”, who was accused of “being an ISIS commander”, where he blew himself up after being sieged by regime forces and local gunmen in a house in Adwan town in western Daraa countryside.