The Syrian bombing killed 13 children, including a baby

“Save the Children” organization announced that at least 13 Syrian children were killed in the violent and continuous bombardment launched by the forces of the President of the Syrian regime three days ago on the cities of northern Syria.

The human rights organization stated that the artillery shelling and the continuous air raids indicated that the ages of the majority of the victims’ children ranged between 4 and 14 years, including a baby.

Sonia Khosh, Save the Children Syria Response Director, said: “It is heartbreaking to see innocent children in northwest Syria spending their days in fear, eager to get new clothes or toys, and instead of hiding to escape the violence and grieving those who have lost them. Friends and loved ones.”

For its part, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated, yesterday, Sunday, that renewed shelling, with rocket and artillery shells, targeted the “de-escalation” area, in the vicinity of Darat Izza, the Kafr Nuran area and the vicinity of Al-Tawamah, killing a child and wounding 3 others.

The regime continues to bomb civilians

Since June, several areas in Idlib have been subjected to repeated bombardment by the regime forces, while the fighting factions have responded by targeting the latter’s control positions in adjacent areas, despite the fact that a ceasefire has been in force in the area for more than a year.

An international team warned against the continuation of the military escalation in the region, which, if it continues, will expand the displacement cases, and cause an increase in population density in the region in general, and in the camps in particular, in light of the lack of preventive measures against the emerging Coronavirus pandemic with the high rate of infection cases. in the region.

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