The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said that it had documented 64 civilians, including 14 children and two women, killed in attacks across Syria in November 2022.
In its monthly report monitoring human rights situation in Syria, the Network said that six people were killed due to torture in Syria. It also recorded two deadly attacks on civilians, noting that Russian forces carried out air attacks on northwestern Syria in the same month.
The rights group also recorded at least 196 cases of arbitrary arrest, including against 11 children and three women, the majority of which by the Assad regime forces in Rural Damascus, Damascus, and Daraa provinces.
The Network also said that it recorded at least 19 attacks on vital civilian facilities, of which six were carried out by regime forces in Idlib province. The attacks targeted three educational facilities and six camps for the forcibly displaced.
According to the report, the Assad regime forces used cluster munitions in attacks on camps for the displaced in western rural of Idlib on November 6. The attack killed nine civilians, including four children and two women.
Moreover, the report indicated that six civilians, including one child, were killed in explosions of landmines and unexploded ordnance, bringing the death toll from landmines since the beginning of this year to 122 civilians, including 62 children and nine women.
The Network stressed the need for the Assad regime to stop indiscriminate bombardment targeting residential areas, hospitals, schools, and markets, and using prohibited munitions and barrel bombs. It also called for complying with UN Security Council resolutions and customary humanitarian law.
The Network also called on the UN Security Council to take additional measures after the issuance of Resolution No. 2254, stressing the need to refer Syria to the International Criminal Court and hold all those involved accountable, including the Russian regime.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)