Air and artillery strikes target areas in the Eastern Ghouta after the death of about 1200 civilians in 24 days of escalation • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Air and artillery strikes target areas in the Eastern Ghouta after the death of about 1200 civilians in 24 days of escalation

Rif Dimashq Province, the Syrian Observatory for human rights: Explosions shoo this evening areas in the Eastern Ghouta, and the shelling was concentrated on areas controlled by Rahman Corps in the southern part of factions’ controlled areas in the Eastern Ghouta, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored bombing by the regime forces, warplanes and helicopters, with tens of missiles, shells and barrel bombs, which targeted areas in the Hazza, Ein Tarma, Hamouriyah, Zamalka and other areas in the towns of Jesrin and KafrBatna, but no information about casualties, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that it to 16 including a child, the number of martyrs who were killed today in Saqba, Arbin, Harasta, Ein Tarman and the road of Hazzah – Zamlka and Kafrbatna, and about 125 others were injured with different severity including children and women.

it rose to 1197, the number of the Syrian civilians whose death was documented by the Syrian Observatory in the Eastern Ghouta, including 245 children and 164 women, who have been killed since 18th of February 2018 by the aerial, rocket and artillery shelling on the cities and towns of Douma, Harasta, Arbin, Zamalka, Hamouriyah, Jesrin, Kafr Batna, Hazza, Ash’ari, Nashabiyah, Aftries, Otaya, Al-Shifonyyah, Al-Marj area, Mesraba, Madyara, Beit Sawa, and other areas in the besieged Ghouta of Damascus, resulted in the injury of more than 4640 citizens including hundreds of children and citizen women with varying severity, some of them have permanent disabilities, while the bodies of tens of citizens are still under the rubble of destruction caused by the aerial, rocket and artillery shelling by the regime forces on the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, and the total death toll documented by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, includes 665 casualties including 104 children and 81 women who were killed and documented by the SOHR after the resolution of the UNSC, which failed again to stop the killing of the people of the Eastern Ghouta, and the shelling resulted in the fall of hundreds of wounded, where the number of casualties may increase because of the presence of serious injuries, amid the tragic humanitarian situation of the people of Ghouta, who intersected sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that they do not leave the shelters for fear of the intensive shelling, amid inability of the medical staff to relieve all medical cases.

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