The Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC) was able to document on Sunday (25/02/2018) the killing of 56 civilians in Syria including 11 children and 2 women.
In Damascus Countryside province, 28 civilians were killed, 26 out of them due to the bombardment on the towns of Eastern Ghouta by the Syrian regime – Russian alliance. Victims were distributed: 5 in al-Rayhan, 4 in Erbin, 4 in Douma, 3 in Sakba, 2 in al-Nasahbiya, 2 in Sakba and 2 in Bait-Sowa and 1 each in Hamouriyah, Maliha, Otaya, and Hazrma. A child from the town of Shifonia died of suffocation due to the shelling of the town by chlorine.
Another 45-year-old child died of lack of infant formula due to the siege of the Ghouta.
In Deir ez-Zor province, 17 local residents were killed, 16 of them due to air strikes by the Global Coalition on a camp of displaced people between the towns of Soosah and Sha’fah. And 1 was killed by a landmine left by ISIS at the town of Sowaidan Jazeera.
In Aleppo province 5 civilians were killed, 4 of them from one family (mother and her three children) due to the fighting between Sham Liberation group and Syria Liberation Front. Another 1 was killed due to the Turkish bombardment of water bridge in Ifrin countryside.
In Idlib province 4 were killed due to the clashes between Al-Sham Liberation group and Syria Liberation Front, and 1 by a landmine in Wadi al-Dhaif. 2 also were killed due to the regime’s attack by mortar on the Damascus southern neighbourhood of Jober.
SHRC identified and documented 30 names dictated in details on the Arabic web.