The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said that the Assad regime is committing war crimes against detainees as at least 133 people were under torture in its prisons in the first half of 2018. In a new report released on Tuesday, the Network said that 84 people died under torture in June. A total of 146 people were killed under torture in Syria in the first half of 2018,…
The Syrian Civil Defense Corps in Idlib said that no fewer than 127 civilians were killed and hundreds more injured, mostly women and children, in bombings by the Assad regime and Russian forces in the province in June. Communications Officer of the Civil Defense Corps in Idlib Ahmed Sheikho told Smart News Network said that the victims included 23 children and 24 women as well as a civil defense volunteer.…
Under the supervision of the Syrian Interim Government (SIG), and in the presence of SIG’s Head Jawad Abu Hatab, Free Aleppo University held a graduation ceremony for 550 students at its headquarters in Azaz in rural Aleppo. The ceremony was attended by most of the teaching staff of the university, heads of the local councils in the northern rural Aleppo, commanders of the Syrian National Army, and commander of the…
Russian jets hit a house in rural Dara’a in which several families were hiding to escape the bombardment, killing nine people, mostly children and women. The Assad regime and Russian air forces have further intensified the bombing campaign which targeted new towns and villages on Thursday. Local news networks said that some families in the town of Musaifra in eastern rural Dara’a had no other choice but to stay in…
Intensive aerial bombardment by the Assad regime and Russian air forces has knocked five more hospitals in the province of Dara’a as part of the fierce onslaught being launched in the province and which began a few days ago. Local activists said that violent airstrikes directly targeted more vital civilian facilities in Dara’a province on Wednesday. The management of the main hospital in the town of Sayda announced that it…
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