98 were killed yesterday, including 22 members of the regime forces and their allied militiamen and about 20 civilians were killed in airstrike by the International Coalition, bombings and other incidents
In Al-Raqqah Province, a man and his wife were killed in an explosion of a land mine in their way out of Al-Raqqah city to SDF-controlled areas.
In Aleppo Province, a woman and her daughter died as a result of artillery shelling by the Syria Democratic Forces on places in Kaljibrin area. Cross sources said that the SDFs are behind that incident.
In Rif Dimashq Province, a man from Al-Dumayr city was tortured to death in a Syrian Security Prison.
The SOHR documented the death of 4 civilians in shelling on Al-Raqqah city by the International Coalition in addition to 6 more civilians, including a woman and two of her children, who were killed in bombardments by warplanes, whether Russian or affiliated with the International Coalition is still unknown, on Al-Jam’eyyat area in al-Bokamal city.
A number of reliable sources confirmed to the SOHR that at least 4 children below the age of 18 and two SDF fighters at least were killed as a result of an explosion of a booby-trapped vehicle by ISIS while civilians were fleeing ISIS-controlled areas to SDF-controlled areas in Nazlat Shhada neighborhood, located in the southern part of Al-Raqqah city.
Around 5 persons died when a suicide bomber blew himself up targeting a meeting of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham in one of the houses of the elders in Al-Has Mountain area in the southern countryside of Aleppo.
The SOHR also documented the death of 16 SDF fighters as a result of bombardments and in clashes with ISIS in Al-Raqqah city.
The number of ISIS members and field commanders, who were killed in aerial raids, intensive artillery and rocket shelling and in clashes with the regime forces and their allied militiamen, rose to 202 at least.
5 members of the regime forces and their allied militiamen died as a result of bombardments and in clashes with ISIS.
Fatalities among members of the regime forces and their allied militiamen, of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities, rose to 156 at least.
At least 6 ISIS fighters, of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities, were killed in clashes and as a result of bombardments by warplanes and helicopters on their positions.