The Directorate of Violations Documentation and Human Rights of the Syrian Interim Government said that 46 civilians were killed and 190 others were wounded at the hands of the Assad regime and the PYD militia in July.
In a report issued on Monday, the Directorate indicated that the deaths included 10 children and four women, adding that the Assad regime was responsible for the deaths of 10 civilians, while the PYD militia was responsible for deaths of 36 others.
The report indicated that the Assad regime forces launched no fewer than 255 attacks on the liberated areas with various types of weapons and ammunition, heavy artillery, rockets, and airstrikes.
The Directorate also said that the PYD militia carried out at least 22 attacks against the liberated areas in July, most of which involved the use of IEDs, pointing out that the PYD militia committed three massacres in various areas of northwestern Syria.
The Directorate stressed that the Assad regime’s violations constituted a crime against humanity, adding that the regime continues with the crimes of enforced disappearance and systematic torture against thousands of detainees in its prisons.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)