104 persons died yesterday, including 24 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, and 50 other people • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

104 persons died yesterday, including 24 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, and 50 other people

 

It raised to 53 including 3 fighters, the number of people killed yesterday in Syria.

In Aleppo Province 33 civilians were killed: 13 civilians were killed in shelling by the regime forces, warplanes and helicopter over areas in the neighborhoods of al-Sakhur, Masaken Hanano, al-Shaar, al-Mashhad, Tayyibat Awwad, Al-Qaterji, Karm al-Biek and other areas in the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo, and 18 citizens including 4 children and 4 women were killed in airstrikes on towns of Mansoura and Taqad, and a child was killed when fire broke out at his home after the fall of rocket shells in al-Midan neighborhood in Aleppo city, and a man was killed in a landmine explosion at Arima area in the western countryside of Manbij

In Deir Ezzor Province 6 citizens were killed: five civilians including a child were killed by bombing by warplanes on areas in Hatla town, and a man died affected by injuries he had in the fall of shells on areas controlled by the regime forces in Deir Ezzor city.

In Rif Dimashq Province five citizens were killed: two children and a paramedic were killed by bombing by warplanes on areas in the city of Douma, and a man died affected by injuries he had earlier in bombing by warplanes on areas in the town of Jesrin, and one of ambulance crew members died affected by injuries he had in an aerial bombardments on areas in the city of Douma days ago.

In Hama Province 3 civilians were killed: 2 fighters from the Islamic factions were killed during bombardment and clashes against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them in the countryside of Hama, and a man was killed in bombing by warplanes on areas in Al-Lataminah town.

In Idlib Province three citizens were killed by bombing by warplanes on a hospital in Turmanin town in the countryside of Idlib.

In Daraa Province two citizens were killed: a fighter from the Islamic factions was killed during clashes against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them in the countryside of Quneitra, and a girl from Al-Sanamayn town died in the fall of shells on areas in the town.

In Al-Raqqah Province a child was killed by bombing by warplanes believed to belong to the International Coalition on areas in the countryside of the northern Al-Raqqah, also two persons were killed in bombing by the International Coalition’s Warplanes on areas at Cordoba village in the northern countryside of Al-Raqqah.

And 7 fighters from the rebel and Islamic factions (unidentified until this moment) were killed by bombing by warplanes and helicopters on areas of their presence, ambushes, clashes against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, targeting vehicles and shelling on several areas.

And at least 14 fighters of NDF and the gunmen loyal to the regime of Syrian nationality were killed in clashes, targeting checkpoints and IED explosions in their vehicles in several cities, towns and villages of Syria.

And at least 9 members of the regime forces were killed in clashes against the “Islamic state”, Fath al-Sham Front and the rebel and Islamic factions, and targeting centers and checkpoints and heavy vehicles with rocket shells and improvised explosive devices in the provinces of:

Homs 2 – Damascus and Rif Dimashq 2 – Aleppo 4 – Deir Ezzor 1

And at least 17 fighters of the “Islamic State” and Islamic factions of non-Syrian nationalities were killed, in clashes and bombing by warplanes and helicopters on areas of their presence.

Also one member at least of the gunmen loyal to the regime of Arab and Asian nationalities of the Shiite community was killed during the clashes against the Fath al-Sham Front and the rebel and Islamic factions.

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