المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More casualties raise the death toll to about 40 persons in the massacre of Armanaz in Idlib countryside

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the extraction of more bodies under the ruins of the destruction in Armanaz in Idlib countryside, and the death of citizens, as a result of the bombing on it 72 hours ago, in which the number of casualties who were killed as a result by the massacre, which was carried out by warplanes by targeting the town by two separated raids targeted the same place, on the 29th of September 2017, has increased to 38 citizens including 8 and 8 citizen women, in which the second raid targeted the place where the first raid was carried out during rescuing the injuries and extracting the bodies and the stuck people under the ruins of the destruction caused by the first raid, the targeting also resulted in the injury and the missing of tens of citizens including children and citizen women, in this is the biggest massacre witnessed in Idlib since months.

Thus, the death toll increase to 208 persons at least including 57 children below the age of eighteen and 48 citizen women over the age of eighteen, who have been killed as a result of raids on Idlib, Hama and Aleppo provinces since the 19th of September 2017, and the casualties are, 158 citizens including 41 children and 38 citizen women, were killed in the raids on the cities and the towns of Armanaz, Jisr al-Shughour, Sahl Al-Rog, Khan Shaykoun, al-Tamanah, Jarjnaz, and other areas in Idlib countryside, and 31 citizens including 13 children and 7 citizen women were killed by raids on Qal’aat al-Madiq, Al-Lataminah and the northern and the north-eastern countryside of Hama, and 14 citizens including 3 children and 2 citizen women were killed by bombing on the villages and towns in the western countryside of Aleppo, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also documented the injury of about 500 persons with varying degrees of severity, some of them have permanent disabilities, and the others are still in serious condition.

 

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