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Syria, 183 civilians killed by Assad’s regime in Idlib in less than a month

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — A total of 183,000 civilians have been killed in the Idlib region of northern Syria by attacks by the Bashar al-Assad regime, Iran-Russia-backed terrorist groups since the January 12 ceasefire, the Syrian Human Rights Network reported (SNHR).

The SNHR, an organization that documents human rights abuses during the civil war in Syria, has prepared a report on dead civilians from attacks by the Assad regime, terrorist groups backed by Iran and Russia in Idlib, a former region. declared a desalination zone where acts of aggression should be prohibited.

According to a report provided by the AA reporter, among the 183,000 civilians killed in the attacks, 52 are children and 30 are women.

The report states that 68 civilians, including 12 children and seven women, have been killed by attacks by regime forces and Iranian-backed groups, 59 of them in Idlib and nine in Halep, some of which are also inside the area. of de escalation.

Meanwhile, 115 civilians, including 56 in Idlib and 59 in Halep, have been killed by attacks by the Syrian regime’s ally Russia. Of these, 40 were children and 23 were women.

According to the report, the attacks targeted health facilities, educational centers and civil protection centers (White Helmets).

Currently, Idlib is home to some four million civilians, including hundreds of thousands displaced in recent years by attacks by regime forces.

In September 2018, Turkey and Russia agreed to turn Idlib into a desalination zone where acts of aggression are banned.

However, the Syrian regime and its allies have consistently broken the terms of the ceasefire, including the one that began on January 12th, carrying out frequent attacks inside the area and killing at least 1,800 civilians since reaching an agreement.

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