​The regime forces target the Eastern Ghouta leaving causalities • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

​The regime forces target the Eastern Ghouta leaving causalities

Rif Dimashq province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:: the regime forces opened their heavy machine gun fire at areas in Hazza town in the Eastern Ghouta, killing a child and leaving others injured.

The SOHR published hours ago that the outskirts of the Eastern Ghouta and the capital Damascus are still witnessing continuous violent clashes between the regime forces backed by gunmen loyal to them on one hand, and the fighters of Al-Rahman Corps on the other, in areas in the vicinity of Al-Motahalik Al-Janobi (the Southern Bypass) which separates between Damascus and its Eastern Ghouta, in conjunction with renewed clashes between the both parties in Al-Manasher area in Jobar neighborhood, while the regime forces shelled by more missiles areas in the outskirts of Jobar neighborhood and other areas in the outskirts of Ein Tarma town, thus, the number of missiles which are believed to be land-to-land, and which were fired by the regime forces on the areas mentioned above, has increased to 15 missiles at least.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that 4 persons at least were killed as a result of the bombing which targeted Douma city which is controlled by Jaysh Al-Islam in the Eastern Ghouta, they are the first casualties to be killed by air strikes since the end of July 2017, in which these raids come after two months of being the warplanes away from the sky of the Eastern Ghouta, and the raids has stopped since the end of July 2017, on the cities and the towns of the Eastern Ghouta, after killing and injuring tens of citizens by raids by the warplanes on Arbin and the cities and the towns of the Eastern Ghouta, which followed an agreement to decrease the escalation which didn’t last because of the consecutive violations to the agreement which carried out between Russia and representatives of the factions in the Eastern Ghouta, in the 22nd of September 2017.


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