Rif Dimashq (Syria News) The Syrian Observatory for human Rights reported, on Sunday, that in a recent updates in the Syrian Civil war, warplanes bombarded several areas in Bayt Sawy Town, in eastern Ghouta of Damascus, and the areas of Madera Town, while army forces shelled the outskirts of Bayt Nayem, in al-Marg area.
The Syrian Observatory for human Rights (SOHR) revealed that warplanes bombarded several areas in Bayt Sawy Town, in eastern Ghouta of Damascus, injuring 4 persons, including two children. In the meantime, regime warplanes also carried out air strikes on the areas of Madera Town, while army forces launched artillery shelling on the outskirts of Bayt Nayem, in al-Marg area, using four rockets, but no casualties were reported.
The ongoing air strikes and artillery shelling caused more casualties in the area, where the injuries increased to 14 persons, including a child and 4 women, while 6 persons were killed in raids on Madera Town, and two others were killed in Harasta area.
Furthermore, four civilians, including a child, were killed in a rocket shelling on the city of Hamoriyah, while the continuous shelling on the areas of Doma, Zalmaka and Madera left more than 40 casualties.
Yesterday, regime forces attacked a checkpoint belonging to Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham, killing 20 fighters and causing several suffocation cases, while informed sources accused regime forces of using poisonous gases.
The United Nations confirmed that chemical weapons were used in the Syrian civil war, while reported deadly attacks on eastern Ghouta attack in August 2013 and on Khan al-Assal in the countryside of Aleppo in March 2013.