المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

7 martyrs and injured in shelling on Jisr Al-Shoghour and the death toll in explosion in Idlib has increased

Idlib province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:: sounds of explosions were heard in the western part of Idlib countryside resulted from shelling of the regime forces that targeted areas in the city of Jisr Al-Shoghour, causing material damage, and leaving people killed and injured, where the shelling targeted Al-Sawma area and the city market. The SOHR documented the death of 2 citizens, including a child and the injury of 5 others.

The SOHR documented the death of 31 persons including 28 civilians (including 23 children and women), the number of the casualties who were killed as a result of the explosion that targeted yesterday Idlib city near al-Matlaq roundabout about 24 hours ago, while the number of casualties may increase because of the presence of serious injuries.

It is noteworthy that the Syrian Observatory documented the death of at least 43 persons, who were killed in Idlib city, as a result of an explosions that targeted the Ajnad Al-Quqaz faction (The Caucasian Soldiers), headquarter in 30th Street in Idlib city, on the 7th of January 2018, including 27 citizens at least including 14 children at least and 7 citizen women, while the death toll is expected to increase as a result of presence of dozens of injured people in serious conditions. While it is not known until now whether the explosion caused by detonating a booby trapped vehicle or a missile fired by warplane, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored large destruction caused by the explosion, while it worth mentioning that Idlib city witnessed explosions targeted several areas in the city and its outskirts weeks ago, some of which were targeted by vehicles, cars carrying commanders and members of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and other factions supporting it, and these explosions left causalities.

 

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