Idlib, Syria, Aug. 25, 2018. Protesters hold signs that read, "We protest today to honor their memory. The sixth anniversary of the great Daraya massacre" and "The wounds did not, and will not heal. The calamity is great and what we lost is irreplaceable," as forcibly displaced people from the city of Daraya in Rif Dimashq, Southern Syria, protest in the city of Idlib, Northern Syria, in memory of the massacre committed by the loyalist forces in Darya six years ago. About 700 civilians, including 115 children and more than 75 women, were killed in the massacre. Additionally, 400 civilians were reported missing and 1,200 were injured. The protesters demanded to hold the loyalist forces accountable for the massacre, including the head of the Syrian government, President Bashar al-Assad. On Aug. 26, 2016, the loyalist forces displaced thousands of civilians and opposition fighters from Daraya to Northern Syria after reaching an agreement with civil and military opposition bodies in the city.