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Thousands demonstrate in Northern Syrian demanding to release detainees from Syrian government prisons; explosion kills and injures people in Idlib city

Editing: Mohammad Alhaj |
TranslationEditor: Farah Nassif |
Translation: Nouha Salti
Publication date: 2018/09/28 16:56

Local and field news:

On Friday, thousands of civilians demonstrated in the governorates of Aleppo and Idlib, demanding to release detainees from the Syrian government prisons. The demonstrators called the day, "Freedom for detainees."

Civilians demonstrated in several areas in Aleppo, such as the cities of Azaz, Mari, Atarib, Anadan, Bazaa, Jarabulus, al-Bab, and Afrin, in addition to the towns of, Sajo, Mariamin, Kaljabrin, Batbo, and al-Barqum. Similar demonstrations arose in Idlib in the cities of Kaf Nubl, Khan Shaykun, Maarratmisrin, and Saraqib, and in the town of Jirjinaz and the villages of Kafruma and Hazarin. 

In Idlib, a device exploded in a van in the al-Thalatheen Street, killing one person and injuring other. The identity of victims, whether they were militants or civilians, was not revealed yet.  

The Civil Defense teams found the body of a Hayat Tahrir al-Sham official for military industry, who was kidnapped by unknown persons in Northern Idlib. The unknown persons left the body, with torture evidence, on the road between the city of Atarib and the village of Kafr Naseh, Western Aleppo.    

The Syrian government shelled the village of Dhiban in Deir al-Zor with missiles from their bases in the al-Shamiah Desert, west of the Euphrates River.

Unknown shooters shot fires on the car of a Syrian Democratic Forces member, killing the driver on the road between the city of al-Hasakah and the city of Amuda.  

Looting and robbery incidents frequently occurred in several areas of the governorate of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria.  

The security forces of the al-Raqqa local council arrested three civilians in the village of al-Fakhikha, 23 kilometers west of al-Raqqa, Northeastern Syria, for smuggling fuel to the Syrian government-controlled areas.

In Southern Syria, the Syrian government gave young men, who applied for settlements in the town of Ayn Tarma in Eastern Ghouta, six months to join the army, threating of perusing those who do not join.