Clamping down on civilians | Regime security services arrest woman and her two nephews from Afrin in Aleppo city
Aleppo province: Regime security services in Aleppo have been arresting a woman and two of her nephews for four days.
Members of a State Security Branch stationed at Al-Lermoun checkpoint arrested a woman from Afrin and two of her nephews coming from Tel Rifaat city in northern Aleppo countryside while trying to entre Aleppo city.
However, the charges against them and their fate are still unknown.
It is worth noting that regime personnel stationed at regime checkpoints continue to clamp down on forcibly displaced people from Afrin and tighten the screw on them by forcible search of phones without regard for personal privacy and the denial of people who do not have a card issued by Al-Lermon checkpoint from the entry to Aleppo city.
The people from Afrin are forced to pay money to the regime personnel at checkpoints to avoid arrest and abuses of regime forces.