Infant dies from hypothermia in al-Naser camp in Northern Idlib; Syrian government forces detain two former FSA commanders in Daraa
Local and field news:
On Saturday, an infant died from hypothermia in the al-Naser camp in the city of Idlib, Northern Syria.
Unknown shooters killed a lawyer in the city of al-Raqqa, Northeastern Syria. The lawyer worked in the court of the al-Raqqa Civil Council.
People found the body of a young man who was shot in the city of Jarabulus, 105 kilometers north of Aleppo, Northern Syria. The Syrian Democratic Forces claimed responsibility for executing the man.
A landmine left behind by the Syrian government forces exploded and killed two civilians north of al-Suwayda, Southern Syria.
The Syrian government forces detained two former Free Syrian Army (FSA) commanders in the Daraa governorate in Southern Syria.
The Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration held a meeting in the town of Ayn Issa, 48 kilometers north of al-Raqqa, Northeastern Syria, to reform all media institutions in the Autonomous Administration.
The Syrian Democratic Council announced a merge with the Syrian Revolutionary Left Current, coinciding with Turkish threats of launching a military operation against the Kurdish People’s Protection Units east of the Euphrates River.
Fruit and vegetable prices increased remarkably in the Syrian government-controlled city of Hama, after most of the crops were exported to Jordan.
On Friday, a football tournament for women ended in the city of al-Qamishli, 75 kilometers north of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria.
The al-Fayhaa organization completed an informatics training course. About 150 students, most of them widows and orphans from camps in the Idlib governorate, attended the course.