المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Clashes renewed in the Eastern Ghouta and deaths at the countryside of Daraa and deaths in the bombing by warplanes at the northern countryside of Aleppo

Rif Dimashq Province:
The regime forces opened fire of heavy machineguns on areas at the road between the towns of Khan al-Shih and Zakya in in the Western Ghouta, while boy and girl died due to poor health conditions and lack of medication and treatment required in the Eastern Ghouta, also SOHR documented the death of 5 fighters from the Islamic Factions in the shelling and clashes against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them in the Eastern Ghouta, while the sound of an explosion was heard in the village of Deir Qanoon in Wadi Barada, and it turned out to be caused by an IED explosion in the village, but no information about casualties.
Clashes took place between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against the rebel and Islamic Factions near al-Salam highway in the Western Ghouta, and information about casualties in both sides. 

 

Daraa Province:
The regime forces bombed areas in the town of Sheikh Meskin in the countryside of Daraa, which led to the death of a man and a woman besides wounding others, also a man from the city of Inkhel died under torture in the Syrian security prisons, after being detained for nearly seven months.

 

Aleppo Province:
3 people died –one of them is a child- in the airstrikes carried out by warplanes believed to be Russian on areas at the town of Anadan in the northern countryside of Aleppo, while violent clashes continue between Jabhat Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda in Levant) against the movement of Noor al-Din Al-Zenki in the villages of Babid and Ma’aarat al-Artiq and the outskirts of Kafr Hamra area at the northwest of the city of Aleppo, while a missile believed to be ground-to-ground launched by the regime forces and landed on area in al-Leramoun, but no information about casualties.

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