المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

At least 8 casualties including 7 children in the past 24 hours killed by explosion of shells in the southern countryside of Idlib

Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: a violent explosion shook Ariha city in the southern countryside of Idlib Province, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that it was caused by the explosion of a missile that was in the possession of a person believed to a weapon dealer while he was in the city, where the explosion caused a great damage to citizens’ properties around the place of missile explosion, which also caused the death of a family of man and 3 of his children and injured 7 other persons at least, and information about the death of another person in the explosion, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation.

The Syrian Observatory published on Saturday the 4th of October 2017 that a violent explosion was heard today Saturday the 4th of November 2017 in Kafr Sajna area northwest Khan Shaykhun city in the southern areas of Idlib province near the borders with Turkey, and several cross sources asserted to the Observatory that the explosion was caused by “an explosion of a war remnant” in the village of Rakaya Sajna, killing 3 children. They are the brothers (Rajab, Tayyip and Erdogan), who were born 5 years ago in refugee camps in Turkey in 2012. At that time, President Rajab Tayyib Erdogan visited them and carried them in the camp of the family of the three children, and the father named them after the Turkish president, and the explosion killed another child displaced from Halfaya in the countryside of Hama, who was with the 3 children.

The province of Idlib witness the death of tens of children and young men and women in the explosion of mines, shells and bombs that had not exploded earlier, which are the remnants of the shelling of the regime and the military operation or remnants of warplanes bombardment on areas in the province.

 

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