The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After inability of his family to pay ransom | Gang shoots civilian dead in Deir Ezzor countryside

Deir Ezzor province: Residents found the body of a young man from Al-Sayal town in Al-Bokamal countryside, within the areas controlled by regime forces and Iranian militias, east of Deir Ezzor, who was shot dead in Al-Sukariyah desert in Al-Bokamal countryside.
The young man had been kidnapped about 20 days ago by unknown people who demanded his family to pay a financial ransom, and when his family was unable to pay it, they killed him.
It is noted that he was deported from Turkey about five months ago.

The Syrian Observatory has documented 54 murders in regime-controlled areas since the bingeing of 2024, where domestic violence and armed robberies were behind some of these murders, while motives behind the others remained unknown. These murder crimes left 56 fatalities, including ten women, 43 men and three children. The fatalities are distributed regionally as follows:
Daraa: 16 murder crimes left 11 men, including four women and a child dead.

Al-Suwaidaa: Five murder crimes left three men, a woman and a child dead

Rif Dimashq: Ten murder crimes left seven men, three woman and a child dead.

Homs: Six murder crimes left six civilians dead.

Hama: Three murder crimes left three civilians dead.

Al-Hasakah: Two murder crimes left two civilians dead.

Deir Ezzor: Six murder crimes left six men dead.

Damascus: Two murder crimes left a woman and a man dead.

Lattakia: Two murder crimes left two men and a woman dead.

Tartous: Two murder crimes left two men dead.