Assad Regime Attacks Kill 7 Civilians Across Syria on Monday
At least seven people were killed in artillery shelling by regime forces on rural Idlib and rural Damascus on Monday, while two children were killed in an explosion of a landmine that was planted by ISIS in rural Aleppo.
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR), a total of nine civilians were killed in different parts across Syria on Monday.
The Network said that four civilians, including a baby girl and a woman, were killed in rocket shelling by regime forces on the town of Mozara in rural Idlib.
At least two civilians, one of them child Reda Ahmed al-Durra, were killed in mortar shelling by regime forces on the village of Madiyara in eastern rural Damascus," the Network said.
The monitoring group went on to say that two children from one family were killed in the explosion of a landmine that was planted by ISIS militants in the village of Al-Yalini west of the town of Manbaj in rural Aleppo before they withdrew from the area.
Regime forces fired several mortar shells near an ambulance belonging to the civil defense in the village of Madiyara in Rural Damascus, causing damage to the vehicle. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)