The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Daily death toll | Eight people killed on June 20 across Syria

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

A civilian was stabbed to death with a white weapon by his nephew due to family disputes inside his house in Tartous province.

A regime soldier was killed and five others sustained various injuries due to the explosion of an old landmine planted earlier by ISIS members in Ethraeiyah desert in Salameiyah countryside in eastern Hama. The injured soldiers were taken to the hospital for treatment.

After midnight on Wednesday-Thursday, members of local gunmen and “National Defence” carried out an armed attack targeting military posts of the “Self-Defence” of SDF, in Al-Janeinah town in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor, where violent clashes erupted in which machineguns and RPG shells were used, interrupted by mutual artillery shelling between the two sides. The clashes resulted in the death of a National Defence member.

A civilian was shot dead by a collaborator with military intelligence branch after he had attacked the civilians house in Thaneiybah town in northern Daraa countryside, while the reasons behind the incident remain unknown.

A collaborator with the Military Intelligence Division died of wounds he sustained yesterday, following a quarrel with others, in Thanibah town, north-east of Daraa. Accordingly, the number of deaths of those collaborating with the Military Intelligence Division increased to two.

A civilian died affected by the severe wounds he sustained in the explosion of a landmine of war remnants, while herding sheep in Al-Shoula Desert southern of Deir Ezzor within regime-held areas.

A member of the regime forces was killed by sniper fire from Jaish al-Nasr factions on the Al-Ghab Plain axis in the Hama countryside.