Kafr Batikh massacre claims the lives of 20 civilians including at least 16 children and most of them are from one family • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Kafr Batikh massacre claims the lives of 20 civilians including at least 16 children and most of them are from one family

Idlib province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:: the death toll of civilians is still increasing in Kafr Batikh area, as result of the bloody massacre carried out by warplanes on an areas located in the eastern part of the countryside of Idlib, where it has increased to at least 20 people, including 16 children, aged between 2 to 11 years and 3 women, the death toll document by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The causalities includes 15 persons from one family and 3 others from another family, and the death toll is still expected to increase due to the presence of several injured people in serious conditions, while others are missing under the rubble of destruction caused by the aerial shelling on the area.

 

And this massacre comes less than 24 hours after a massacre left 9 civilian casualties they are: a women and her child, another child, in addition to 2 sibling children and another woman with three of her children, who come from the eastern countryside of Hama, who were all killed by shelling of warplanes on a camp in the vicinity of Hass town, in the southwestern countryside of Maarrat Al-Nu’man city in the southern part of the countryside of Idlib, while it is noteworthy that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented on the 9th of February 2018, the death of 14 persons including 4 people of one family, and they are: a man, his wife and their child in addition to another woman, another man and woman of a second family, a woman and a child of a family of displaced people from al-Lataminah, in addition to 2 women, in raids carried out by warplanes targeting areas in Hass town.

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