المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More casualties in targeting Al-Mayadeen city raise to 235 the number of civilians who were killed in about 50 days of the bombing by the International Coalition on the city

Reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that 3 citizens were killed in raids by warplanes believed to belong to the International Coalition on areas in Al-Mayadeen city, located in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, and among the 3 casualties there are 2 children, also the shelling caused wounded several others , raising to to 235 at least, the number of civilians persons who were killed in the bombardment of the International Coalition warplanes on Al-Mayadeen city including 84 children under the age of eighteen and 70 citizen women, the casualties were: 39 civilian citizens including 16 children and 13 citizen women, and 42 prisoners who were killed by international coalition airstrike on Abu Abdullah Al-Nuaimi, who is a former leader in Nusra Front “Qaeda Organization in the Levant”, and who was executed by the “Islamic State” organization and took his house and turned it into a prison affiliated to the security services of the organization, which has been divided into main parts, one of them is for civilians and the other part is for the prisoners of the members of the organization, in addition to 154 families of the “Islamic State” organization including 68 children and 57 women who were killed in al-Dahmoush 4-story building near the government complex which is known by al-Saraya and al-Shaker café in al-Mayadeen city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, and al-Dahmoush building is mostly inhabited by the families of the members of the organization.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also documented 43 persons killed including 5 children and 4 women in shelling by warplanes belongs to the International Coalition, on areas in al-Bukamal, Beqres, Abu al-Neitel, al-Quriyah, al-Bsira, Jadid Ekydat and al-Tatyana al-Sor and other areas in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, in addition to others injured, some of them are in serious conditions.

 

 

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