War planes continue to target the town of Deir al-Asafeer in rural Damascus, in an attempt by regime forces and their foreign allies to raid the town which is controlled by battalions of the armed opposition. Fourteen air strikes were launched on the town on Thursday, although no casualties were recorded.
Residential areas in the towns of Zabadeen and Deir al-Asafeer (rural Damascus) have been subjected to violent artillery bombing since Monday morning, killing one person up to this moment- Bilal Deish from Zabadeen- and injuring dozens in Deir al-Asafeer, the majority of whom are children.
War planes and helicopters targeted the headquarters of the Civil Defence, as well as a mosque and a hospital in the town of Deir al-Asafeer, rural Damascus. Helicopters targeted the “Southern branch” centre of the Civil Defence, as well as the town hospital, injuring a civil defence officer and two members of the medical staff […]
Warplanes began targeting a school in the town of Deir al-Asafeer (rural Damascus), which led to the deaths of two civilians and injured dozens of others. Immediately after the raid, the students were transferred to the lower floors of the school, fear of subsequent raids.