Blasts in Eastern Ghouta and Hasakah leave casualties

Blasts in Eastern Ghouta and Hasakah leave casualties
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Rif Dimashq (Syria News) The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported, on Wednesday, that several explosions hit different areas of Syria including the provinces of Rif Dimashq and Hasakah, while a man was found dead in As-Suwayda.

The SOHR revealed that an explosion was heard in the town of Hazrma, in the Eastern Ghouta, in Rif Dimashq Province, caused by an explosion of a landmine, killing a man.

Meanwhile in Hasakah Province, a blast hit the area of al-Malikiyah (Dayrik), which is located in the Syrian–Iraqi–Turkish border, caused by the explosion of a fuel tank, killing a child and injured others.

And in As-Suwayda Province, a body of a man, from al-Mujaymir Village, was found, and it was revealed that he was shot dead, near al-Ofaynah Village, in the southern countryside of As-Suwayda Province; however, the circumstances of his death is still unknown.

It is noteworthy that the unrest in Syria grew out of discontent with the Assad government and escalated to an armed conflict after protests calling for his removal were violently suppressed.

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