The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

35 were killed yesterday including 3 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them and 25 other people

In Damascus Province 3 citizens were killed when the regime forces opened their machineguns’ fire al-Oruba checkpoint between south Damascus and Rif Dimashq.

In al-Raqqah Province 2 citizens were killed in a booby-trapped vehicle explosion in the middle of al-Raqqah city.

In Daraa Province the body of a person from Masaken Jellin was found killed and his body was found thrown on the outskirts of Tafas village, but no information about the circumstances and causes of his death.

While 8 citizens of one family (5 women and 3 children) were killed in bombardment by warplanes believed to belong to the International Coalition, on al-Hammadi village of Tal al-Shayer area in the southern countryside of al-Hasakah, which is still controlled by the “Islamic State” organization.

Also At least 9 were killed including 5 civilians, as a result of the explosion that took place in the center of Idlib near the Justice Palace.

While unidentified gunmen assassinated a member of the political body in Idlib province, Abdulla Al-Dala’, after he was kidnapped about a month ago, where his body was dumped in Al-Dana area, in the northern countryside of Idlib, while a person was killed in after being shot, and local sources informed that he was killed while he was trying to assassinate a person on Qorqina Road, while unidentified gunmen targeted a vehicle in Kafr Nubl area in the western sector of Maarrat Al-Nu’man countryside, and a member was killed when unknown persons threw a grenade on one of the checkpoints of Soqur al-Sham Brigades in Ariha.

And 3 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 five 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.