The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

A massacre in Khasham town kills 13 persons including a man, his children and grandchildren, killed by warplanes

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that at least 13 persons were killed as a result of raids carried out by warplanes that were not known whether they were Russian or of regime’s warplanes, which targeted on the afternoon of yesterday the 20th of June 2017 Khasham town, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented 9 casualties of one family, they are a man and his wife and 3 of his sons and one of them is a child, in addition their daughter and her husband and 2 of their children, while the other 4 are still unidentified, and the Syrian Observatory’s local sources confirmed that the raids targeted a car shop and houses in the town located in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are about 5 injured people at least and some of them are still in critical situation.