60 martyrs, half of them are children and women were killed in heavy airstrikes on the villages and town in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

60 martyrs, half of them are children and women were killed in heavy airstrikes on the villages and town in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor

Deir Ezzor province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:: warplanes continue targeting villages and towns  in the countryside of Deir Ezzor, leaving more martyrs and injured people, where warplanes believed to be Russian targeted areas in the town of Buqrus in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, causing a massacre, in which 9 people including 2 women and 2 children were killed, the death toll is expected to increase due to the  presence of injured people in serious conditions, while warplanes carried out more airstrikes targeting areas in the village of al-Mojawdeh, Sial, Granij and al-Hawaij and the area of Omar field  in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, causing several people injured and a woman killed in al-Mojawdeh in aiddition to 2 men were killed in al-Bulail and al-Hawaij, while it rose to 11 including 5 women and 3 children, the number of people who were killed in the massacre carried out by warplanes believed to belong to the International Coalition, that targeted areas in the vicinity of Aisha hospital and the neighborhood of al-Jamyat and the vicinity of Fayhaa Square and al-Intilaq street in the city of al-Bukamal, at dawn of Saturday, the 30th of September of 2017, while the death toll is expected to increase due to the presence of injured people in serious conditions, and there is information about Iraqi refugees martyrs.

The SOHR documented the death of 8 citizens at least including 5 citizen women were killed by bombing by warplanes whose identity is not known whether they were Russian or related to the International Coalition, on areas in Al-Mayadin city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, where the dead bodies of 3 young men were extracted, while the bodies of 5 sisters are still stuck under the ruins caused by the bombing on the city, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also documented the death of 29 citizens including 7 children below the age of eighteen, and 5 citizen women over the age of eighteen, in the raids on the towns of Al-Sabha, Briha and Al-Boleel in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, the raids also left tens of injuries, some of them are still in serious condition, which may raise the death  toll, and the bombing also caused material damage to the property of the citizens.