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Regime’s Helicopters drop 25 barrel bombs on Khan al-Shih and the shelling continue on the town

Rif Dimashq Province, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
The regime’s helicopter dropped several barrel bombs on areas in the town of Khan al-Shih and its outskirts and surrounding farms, rising to about 25, the number of barrel bombs dropped by helicopters of the regime on areas in the town, in conjunction with shelling by the regime forces on areas there, amid clashes between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against the rebel and Islamic Factions, while a child girl at least was killed and other citizens were injured in the constant shelling by the regime forces on areas in the besieged town in the Western Ghouta, where the regime forces are trying advance further to clamp down more on the town, and forcing its factions to reach to an agreement via the notables who are trying to find an agreement formula between them, while a demonstration of tens of citizens took place in Msraba town in the Eastern Ghouta, the protesters demanded the removing of the checkpoints between the Rahman Corps’ controlled areas and Jaysh al-Islam’s controlled areas in the Eastern Ghouta, they also called the factions to unite and put aside their differences and ignite the fronts against the regime, while the regime forces opened the fire of their machineguns on areas in the farms around KafrBatna town, which injured a man.

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