11 casualties at least of 2 families in bombing by the International Coalition on Al-Raqqah city and violent clashes at the outskirts of the first southern neighborhood of the city • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

11 casualties at least of 2 families in bombing by the International Coalition on Al-Raqqah city and violent clashes at the outskirts of the first southern neighborhood of the city

Al-Raqqah Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: a man from al-Hamra village in the eastern countryside of Al-Raqqah was killed after being shot by Turkish border guards in the northern countryside of Raqqa, during his attempt to cross toward the Turkish side, while 11 persons (a woman and 3 of her children, and 7 persons of one family including 3 women and a man and 3 of his sons) were killed in bombing by warplanes of the International Coalition on areas in Al-Raqqah city, and in shelling by the “Euphrates Wrath” Operation Forces on areas in the city, the shelling also caused damage to the infrastructure and injured several people.

In the same context, the clashes continue violently between the Syria democratic forces who lead the grand battle of Al-Raqqah against the “Islamic State” organization in areas in places in the area between the west of al-Hal Market and east of Hisham bin Abdul Malik in the southern section of Al-Raqqah city, along the northern banks of the Euphrates River, and the clashes continue with the Coalition warplanes flying in the sky of the area and targeting sites of the “Islamic State” organization, and confirmed information about more casualties in the ranks both parties, while it rose to 23 at least, the number of fighters of the Syria Democratic Forces and who were killed and documented by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights in the past 24 hours in shelling, explosions and clashes against the “Islamic State” organization in the last few days, some of whom were buried yesterday.