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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Massacre south of Al-Raqqah kills 18 persons in a new bombing by warplanes of the International Coalition al-Kasrat area

Al-Raqqah Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that 18 persons at least (have not been identified yet) were killed in airstrikes by warplanes of the International Coalition on the area between Ratla village and al-Kasrat area south of Al-Raqqah city at the southern banks of the Euphrates River, where some airstrikes targeted buses on the road between both areas, the airstrikes also caused material damage, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation.

In the same context, the clashes renewed between the Syria Democratic Forces supported by the International Coalition’s warplanes against the “Islamic State” organization, in areas in the western countryside of Al-Raqqah city, near Hunaida area at the southern banks of the Euphrates River, amid advancement of the “Euphrates Wrath” operation forces in the area, while the International Coalition’s warplanes carried out again several raids on areas in Al-Raqqah city, accompanied by renewed shelling by the “Euphrates Wrath” operation forces using artillery shells on areas in the city, while 4 citizens including a man, his daughter and an 8 years old boy were confirmed dead due to injuries they had in bombing by warplanes of the International Coalition during the hours of the night on areas in Al-Raqqah city, also 2 citizens were killed and others were injured in a landmine explosion planted by the “Islamic State” organization earlier near the Yarmouk Farm northwest of Al-Raqqah city.

 

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