Hama (Syria News) A woman was killed, on Saturday, while others were injures in a landmine blast, in the town of Khafseen, in the northeastern countryside of Hama, Enab Baladi News reported.
The pro-regime Sham FM radio station stated that the blast took place due to the explosion of a landmine from the armed groups remnants in the area, injuring more than 18 persons.
Meanwhile, activists explained that the blast took place in Hawask Zaitoun area, killing a woman and wounding 14 others, while pointed out that the casualties were transferred to the National Hospital in Hama Province.
Also, a number of civilians were killed in landmines blasts, which were implanted by the Islamic State militants, in the vicinity of the northern and eastern countryside of Hama.
It is noteworthy that the Syrian regime captured the above mentioned areas in Hama in 2017, after several battles against the Islamic State group, while the civilians in these areas are suffering from the war remnants.