The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More than 50 deaths and wound including “Caliphate cubs” in airstrikes by warplanes thought to be French on a camp in the countryside of Deir Ezzor

Deir Ezzor Province:

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was informed that the coalition warplanes which bombed in the morning of Sunday the 27th of September the palm plantation near the town of al-Jala’a in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor (west of al-Bokamal city which is controlled by “Islamic State” and is taken as a training camp) believed to be a French warplanes, the Observatory was also aware that the bombing resulted in the death and wound of at least 50 persons where 30 of them are confirmed dead and that including what is known as “Caliphate cubs” and Arab fighters from North Africa and Syrian and Iraqi fighters as well, the organization become depending on recruitment of Syrian children at its controlled areas since the beginning of the year, and the organization is recruiting them despite of many people’s refusal to the process of recruitment, the organization argue that they are “adults and are responsible for their decisions” as the organization put it.
It rose to 37 (11 of them are children, six women and seven unidentified bodies) the number of persons who were killed in the massacre carried out by Bashar al-Assad’s warplanes yesterday which targeted the outskirts of al-Suq al-Meqbi in al-Mayadin city which is controlled by the “Islamic state”, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation and others are still missing, also the helicopters dropped a barrel bomb on area in al-Hwiqa neighborhood at Deir Ezzor, no information about casualties.