The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

War remnants | Child killed and two others injured in landmine explosion in Daraa countryside

Daraa province: A child was killed and two others of Bedouin tribes were injured, as a result of the explosion of an old landmine, between Al-Naimah and Saida towns, east of Daraa.
Accordingly, SOHR has documented the death of 256 civilians, including 24 women and 81 children, due to explosions of old landmines, unexploded shells and bombs across Syria since early 2023. In addition, over 363 civilians, including 135 children and 19 women, sustained various injuries.
The casualties are distributed regionally as follows:
– Areas controlled by Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and opposition factions in Idlib: Four fatalities; including a child, and 30 injured civilians, including 21 children and three women.
– Regime-controlled areas: 206 fatalities, including 50 children and 17 women, and 246 injured civilians, including 67 children and ten women. There are 89 truffle pickers died, including two children and ten women, and 109 others injured.
– “Euphrates Shield” area in east Aleppo countryside: Five fatality, five children, and 13 injured people: a woman and 12 children.
– SDF-held areas: 39 fatalities, including 24 children and seven women, and 61 injured civilians, including 29 children and four women. 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 and a man were killed and five other persons, including two children, were injured.
– “Olive Branch” area: Four persons, including two women, were injured