Monthly Report (June 2002) of Human Rights Victims in Syria
The Syrian Human Rights Committee documented the killing of (92) people in Syria during the month of June 2022, including: (24) children, (10) women, and (1) under torture.
The Syrian regime was responsible for the killing of (14) people, the Syrian Democratic Forces responsible for the death of (8) people, while the opposition factions were responsible for the death of (7) people, and the International Coalition forces were responsible for killing one person.
SHRC documented the killing of (40) people as a result of the assassination by unknown parties that were not identified, (17) people due to landmines explosions, (3) due to explosion of IEDs and bombs remnants, and (2) due to lack of health and medical care in the camps in Raqqa countryside.
Daraa governorate came first in terms of the number of victims, with (33) people, followed by Aleppo governorate with (22) people, and then Al-Hasakah governorate with (12) people.
The total number of victims in Deir ez-Zor governorate was (11) people, (7) people in Raqqa governorate, (3) people in Idlib governorate, (2) in Hama governorate, and (1) in each of Homs and As-Suwayda governorates.