المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The death of 8 civilians in al-Bab city area raises the number of the dead to 300, killed by Turkish bombardment on Aleppo countryside

Turkish bombardment continue targeting the Syrian lands leading to more human losses between civilians since the 24th of August 2016, the number of the dead raised in the past 24 hours amid continued clashes between al-Furat shield factions and IS in the northern eastern countryside leading to the death of 4 including 3 from the same family including a woman with her grand daughter and son in the town of Tadif near al-Bab city.

8 civilians were killed by the Turkish bombardment in alBab and Tadef, including 2 women and 2 children, while others were wounded in addition to material damages.

what rose the number of the dead to 293 including 60 children and 35 women, killed by Turkish bombardment and airstrikes in IS controlled areas in the northern eastern countryside of Aleppo from the 13th of November 2016 until the 26th of January 2017,

206 of them including 39 children and 26 women killed by Turkish bombardment and airstrikes targeted al-Bab city in addition to 58 including 11 children and 2 women were killed by aerial bombardment by Turkish warplanes targeted Tadif and Bazaa towns in al-Bab countryside which is taken over by IS, while the 29 others including 10 children and 7 women killed by landmines and IS snipers in al-Bab countryside.

Since the 21st of December 2016 SOHR documented the death of 228 civilians including 45 and 20 children were killed by military operations and bombardment in al-Bab city and Tadif, 20 of them killed by Russian airstrikes targeted Tadef area including 2 children and a woman, while 208 others killed by the Turkish bombardment including 43 children and 24 women.

The military operations led to the injury of 1700 others in addition to material damages in civilians properties.

 

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