المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

126 people at least including more than 80 child and women were killed in a booby trapped detonation targeted a gathering of buses of who got out of Kafriya and al-Fu’aa at Aleppo’s outskirts  

The number of casualties in al-Rashedin bombing at the western outskirts of Aleppo city continue to rise, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of 126 persons at least, they were killed in the massacre that was executed by an explosion that shook al-Rashedin area on Saturday the 15th of April 2017, cross sources confirmed to the Syrian observatory for human rights that among the casualties there are members of the Red Crescent, and more than 109 residents of Al-Fu’ah and Kafriya who have been waiting since yesterday morning in their buses at the western outskirts of Aleppo city waiting the completion of the first part of the first phase of the demographic change agreement, also among the casualties there are 68 children under the age of eighteen and 13 woman, the rest of them are of the fighters and escorts.

The cross sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the number of casualties is still increasing because there are tens of injuries, including many with serious or critical injuries, as a result of the bombing that took place in al-Rashedin area, at a gathering of buses of the displaced people from Al-Fu’ah and Kafriya at the western outskirts of Aleppo city, also the bombing which was carried out with a booby-trapped pick-up caused physical damage to the buses that were parked to complete carrying out the first phase of the agreement.

Also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received confirmed information from reliable sources that preparations are underway in Al-Fu’ah and Kafriya and in Zabadani area for the start of carrying out the 2nd part of the first phase of the 4 cities’ agreement, where about 200 fighters and a few civilians of who were left in ​​Zabadani area will get out in exchange of getting out the rest of who were scheduled to exit in this batch, who are about 3000 people, having completed the first part of the agreement yesterday night, by the reach of Madaya buses to Idlib, as well as the arrival of buses of Al-Fu’ah and Kafriya to Aleppo city and the nearby Jibreen area.

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