The Assad regime and Russian forces carried out dozens of airstrikes in various areas in the ‘de-escalation zone’ in northwestern Syria on Tuesday, mainly targeting civilian homes and vital civilian facilities. The Syrian civil defense said that the Assad regime and Russian forces resumed the bombardment and shelling on Tuesday. “The Assad regime and Russian jets resumed the raining of bombs on southern rural Idlib on Tuesday.” The rescue group…
Local media outlets said that two people were killed under torture in the prisons of the Assad regime and the PYD militia as the United States called on the UN Security Council to raise the issue of detainees in the prisons of the Assad regime. Smart News local news network quoted local sources as saying that Waleed al-Shanan from the village of Dibsi Shanan in al-Raqqa province was killed in…
The forces of Sheikh al-Karama in the province of Suwaida on Monday accused the Assad regime of allowing ISIS militants into the province with the help of the Russian forces. The forces said that the move is aimed at threatening the security of civilians and pressuring them into accepting forced settlement with the regime. In a statement on Monday, the forces of Sheikh al-Karama said that the Assad regime is…
The Assad regime came on top of perpetrators of violations against media workers in Syria in July, according to a report by the Syrian Center for Journalistic Freedoms of the Association of Syrian Journalists. In a report issued on Monday, the Center said that the Assad regime committed three violations against media workers, while Russia and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham militant group committed one violation each. The most notable of these…
The Syrian Network for Human Rights said that it registered the names of 433 civilians who were killed across Syria in July, mostly in the ongoing onslaught the Assad regime and Russia launched against Idlib and rural Hama. In its monthly report issued on Sunday, the Network indicated that the victims included 119 children, 64 women, five medical workers, two media activists, and three civil defense volunteers. It pointed out…
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