المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

59 were killed yesterday including 6 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them and 42 civilians

In Rif Dimashq Province 39 citizens were killed, they are 27 casualties including 11 children and 2 women, were killed in aerial and missile shelling that targeted Douma and the surrounding farms, a man and a child were killed in missile shelling on Jesrin, 3 citizens were killed in aerial bombardment on Mesraba, a citizen was killed in aerial bombardment on Beit Sawa, a woman was killed in shelling on al-Ashari farms, a citizen died affected by wounds he had 3 days ago, and the Syrian Observatory documented 4 casualties including a woman, they were killed in the aerial bombardment yesterday on areas in Douma city and its farms.

In Aleppo Province 2 citizens were killed after targeting by the regime forces using guided missile in an area at the outskirts of Kafr Hamra town in the northwestern countryside of Aleppo.

In Hama Province a child was killed as a result of bombardment by warplanes on areas in Kafr Zita town in the northern countryside of Hama.

Also it has increased to 85 at least including several officers and a local commander in the “Tiger’s” forces, the number of the members of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them whose death has been documented by the Syrian Observatory until now during the clashes of the Eastern Ghouta, since the 25th of February 2018 until today, while it has increased to 61 fighters at least, the number of fighters of Jaysh Al-Islam who were killed and documented by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights during the clashes of the Eastern Ghouta.

And 4 members of the regime forces and their allied militiamen were killed as a result of the shelling and clashes with the “Islamic State” organization and the factions.

At least 4 fighters of the “Islamic State” organization and the factions of non-Syrian nationalities were killed in clashes and shelling of warplanes and helicopters and shelling on their areas of presence.

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