Syrian government bombs Eastern Ghouta, killing two and injuring civilians in Eastern Damascus

تحرير محمد الحاج, محمد علاء | ترجمة رند رسلان | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 15 فبراير، 2018 2:18:58 م خبر عسكري جريمة حرب

 

Rif Dimashq - SMART

On Thursday, two civilians were killed, and others were wounded as a result of the Syrian loyalist forces’ bombing by various weapons type on cities and towns in Eastern Ghouta in the Syrian capital Damascus.

Activists said that a woman and her child were killed by a raid on a residential area in Duma city, while the Civil Defense said on its Facebook page that civilians were wounded by aerial bombardment and artillery on the town.

The Civil Defense added that more than 15 artillery shells have targeted the town of Nashabiya and followed by nearby, wounding four civilians.

In addition to suspected-Syrian government, warplanes have launched four raids on the city of Arbeen, amid shelling of the land-to-land missiles. The bombing has been reached the neighborhoods in the city of Harasta and the other aerial on the town of Chifonia. There is no recording of casualties until now, according to civil defense.

Activists pointed out that the shelling pace on Eastern Ghouta has risen in the past hours, compared to the last two days. This action comes a day after the arrival two trucks of international aid through the Al-Wafiedeen crossing camp, headed to the city of Duma and the rest led to the town of Nashabia. The loyalist forces intensify with the support of Russian planes their shelling on the towns and villages of the eastern Ghouta, since the end of last December, killing 234 civilians, including 66 children and 42 women, from 1 to 8 February, in addition to wounding 581 others.

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