المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 30 missiles and shells target east of Damascus and Ein Tarma and the regime forces shell the western countryside of Idlib

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the regime forces carried out more artillery and rocket shelling targeting areas in the eastern outskirts of the capital and its Ghouta, where the number of missiles which are believed to be land – to – land, and which fired by the regime forces, has increased to 23 missiles at least, targeted areas in Jobar and Ein Tarma, in conjunction with shelling by about 5 artillery shells, and no information about casualties was reported yet, while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that Sound of a violent explosion was heard in al-Qaboun neighborhood at the outskirts of Damascus that was caused by bombing a tunnel by the regime forces in the areas, while the regime forces shelled areas in Jobar neighborhoods in the vicinity of the capital, and there is no information about injures. A shell also fell on an area in the outskirts of Beit Nayem village in the Eastern Ghouta, and no information about injuries,

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that the regime forces re-shelled using missiles believed to be ground-to-ground areas in Jobar neighbourhood in the vicinity of the capital and in the outskirts of Ein Tarma town in the Eastern Ghouta, after the calm that lasted since the noon of yesterday until now on the fronts of these areas, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that 2 shells fell on areas in Harasta city in the Eastern Ghouta launched by the regime forces, no information about casualties.

Idlib Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: places in Al-Najyeh area and its vicinity in the western countryside of Jisr Al-Shughur city, and areas in Bdama town and its outskirts in the same countryside, were shelled by the regime forces, which caused material damage, without information about casualties.

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