المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

17 persons killed across Syria yesterday, including three regime soldiers and loyalists

In Idlib province, nine civilians were killed: a man, his wife, and their three children who were killed in bombardment by the Russian jets on their house in a farmland in the eastern countryside of Saraqib, a boy, a girl and a female of the same family were killed in Russian aerial bombardment on Arnaba village Jabal al-Zawiyah, and a civilian who died affected by injury he had in earlier ground shelling.

In Aleppo province, a female died affected by the wounds she had in shelling by the factions on Aleppo neighborhoods a few days earlier.

A civilian  from Marshmarin town in Idlib countryside was killed as his body was found dumped on the road between al-Birat Armanaz town and Kafr Takharim, with marks of gunshots on it.

A member of the Turkish-backed “Free Police” was shot dead by unknown gunmen on the road to Akhtarin town in Al-Bab city, north-west of Aleppo.

The former head of Soran Town’s Council was kidnapped and killed his car was targeted in Sheikh Rih village and his body was found dumped near the kidnapping place. The targeting also injured his father who was with him. The Turkish-backed Factions of al-Shamiyyah Front and Mohammad al-Fatih Brigade were deployed in the area just after the incident. It is noteworthy that the victim was close to the Turkish forces that are present in the north of Aleppo.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has learned that a dispute flared up between two SDF members in Zghireh village in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor. It evolved to raising weapons by both members which led to the killing of one of them without knowing the causes of the dispute.

Three regime soldiers were killed after targeting by the factions to regime positions in the area of the 3000-Apartment Project with Grad rockets and artillery.

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