The Directorate of Documentation of Violations and Human Rights of the Syrian Interim Government said that at least 17 people, including two women and five children, were killed in attacks by the Assad regime and PYD terrorist militia across the liberated areas in November.
In a new periodic report published on Sunday, the Directorate said that at least 92 people, including 18 women and 31 children, were injured in the same month.
According to the report, the Assad regime and its allies were responsible for the killing of 12 civilians, including two women and four children, and the wounding of 86 others, including 18 women and 31 children. It indicated that the PYD militia was responsible for the killing of five civilians, including one child, and the wounding of six others.
The report pointed out that the Assad regime was responsible for two attacks that involved the use of cluster bombs on the western outskirts of the Idlib city, camps for the internally displaced near the village of Kafr Jales, and a school in the village of Ma’arblit in rural Idlib in November.
The report also indicated that the Assad regime carried out no fewer than 131 major attacks on the freed territories in November, the majority of which involved the use of heavy artillery, while the PYD militia carried out at least four attacks using long-range rockets and artillery.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)