المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

40 people were killed yesterday including 16 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them and 12 other civilians

In Deir Ezzor Province 5 citizens were killed, they are: 3 citizens were killed in shelling by the regime forces on areas in Sha’afah town, and 2 citizens were killed in shelling by the regime forces on areas east of the Euphrates River.

In Al-Raqqah Province 3 citizens including a woman were killed in landmine explosions in Al-Raqqah city.

In Rif Dimashq Province two citizens were killed: a citizen was killed in shelling by the regime forces on areas in Zamalka city, and another man died affected by injuries he had in shelling by the regime forces about 72 hours ago on Harasta city, which is controlled by the Islamic Movement of Ahrar al-Sham.

In Daraa Province a person was killed in the explosion of an unexploded shell in al-Hara area.

And a woman from the eastern Ghouta died affected by cancer, where the available medical capabilities were not able to save her, also the medication necessary for treatment could not be provided, in addition to the inability to move her out of the Eastern Ghouta to receive treatment. The woman is from Arbin city

While the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of 5 SDF fighters at least, they were killed in clashes, shelling and explosions in the countryside of Deir Ezzor and al-Raqqah in the past few days.

While it rose to 31 at least, the number of the regime’s loyal gunmen mostly of non-Syrian nationalities, who were killed during attacks by members of the “Islamic State” organization in al-Bokamal area and west of Euphrates.

And 5 Members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them were killed in shelling and clashes against the “Islamic State” organization and the factions.

At least 7 fighters of the “Islamic State” organization of non-Syrian nationalities were killed in clashes, bombing by warplanes and helicopters and shelling of areas of their presence.

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