المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 90 casualties and tens of injuries and missing in a week of the bombing by the International Coalition on the western countryside of Al-Raqqah

 

The killing pace against the Syrian citizens of Al-Raqqah Province and the displaced people within it has escalated during the past week, as a result of the intensive airstrikes carried out by the International Coalition’s warplanes in several areas of the western countryside of Al-Raqqah, the strikes since the 20th of March 2017 until today the 26th of the same month have been concentrated on al-Tabaqa city and a school sheltering displaced persons in the western countryside of Al-Raqqah city and on other areas in the same countryside.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was able during this period to document the death of 89 civilian casualties all of whom were killed in several successive massacres committed by the International Coalition’s warplanes in al-Tabaqa city and in a school sheltering displaced persons in ​​Mansoura area, and among the casualties there are 8 children under the age of eighteen in addition to 7 females, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation and because of the presence of tens of missing persons.

The casualties and injuries who were documented by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights were distributed between al-Tabaqa and Mansoura, where he the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented 35 casualties of the total casualties were killed in a school of displaced persons in Mansoura, in addition to the presence of tens of injuries and missing, while the Observatory documented 54 civilians including 8 children and 7 citizen women in addition to the presence of 70 missing persons at least in al-Tabaqa city.

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