المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 10 persons were injured in targeting the capital with several shells and renewed shelling on Ein Tarma

Damascus Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: At least 10 people have been injured when a number of shells fell in several areas in the center of the capital Damascus, where the shells fell on the area of Bab Tuma, near al-Mazra’a area and in Al-Mohajereen district, causing also a material damage.

Rif Dimashq Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:: it has risen to at least 15, the number of missiles believed to ground-to-ground launched by the regime forces on areas in the town of Ein Tarma and its outskirts in the Eastern Ghouta, and 2 mortar shells landed on areas in the outskirts of Hazrama town, and no information about casualties. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also documented the death of 15 civilians, including 2 children, while tens of civilians were injured with different severity. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also documented during the bloody fighting between Jaish al-Islam against al-Rahman Corps and Al-Fustat Army, of which Nusra Front (Qaeda organization in the Levant) consisted its main pillar, which broke out late April 2016, the death of more than 500 fighters from both parties, in addition to hundreds of prisoners and injured in both of their ranks, and the fighting also resulted in the deaths of about 10 civilians, including 4 children and women and the only gynecologist in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus.

 

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