The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Explosive foreign body | Three civilians inju-red in Al-Qunaitrah countryside

Al-Qunaitrah province: Three civilians were injured due to the explosion of an explosive foreign body, in Nabea Al-Sakher village in the southeastern countryside of Al-Qunaitrah, where they were taken to the hospital to receive treatment.
Accordingly, SOHR has documented the death of 208 civilians, including 18 women and 58 children, due to explosions of old landmines, unexploded shells and bombs across Syria since early 2023. In addition, over 250 civilians, including 85 children and ten women, sustained various injuries.
The casualties are distributed regionally as follows:
Areas controlled by Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and opposition factions in Idlib: Three fatalities; including a child, and 17 injured civilians, including ten children and a woman.
Regime-controlled areas: 178 fatalities, including 39 children and 15 women, and 195 injured civilians, including 46 children and seven women. There are 89 truffle pickers died, including two children and ten women, and 109 others injured.
“Euphrates Shield” area in east Aleppo countryside: Four fatality, four children, and ten injured people: a woman and nine children.
SDF-held areas: 22 fatalities, including 13 children and three women, and 27 injured civilians, including 19 children and a woman. There are two truffle pickers among the fatalities and a little truffle picker among the injured people.
“Peace Spring” area in north Al-Raqqah countryside: A child was killed and another was injured.