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Local sources assured STJ that 14 civilians were arrested and 1 executed by the Syrian regular forces during May and June 2018, near Tell Sultan crossing east of Idlib Governorate, while returning from areas of displacement west of Idlib to their villages in the east, which were retook by the Regime as a result of the recent military operation[1] that ended in the latter’s full control over the eastern countryside of Idlib, after the withdrawal of the Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham/HTS along with the Free Syrian Army factions.
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham[1] (HTS) released the third activist of Madaya Activists who had been arrested earlier for unknown reasons in Idlib city on December 9, 2017, whereas fate of the fourth detainee, the activist Amjad al-Maleh, remained unknown until this moment, according to what one of the newly released persons reported to STJ. In an interview with STJ on June 9, 2018, Hussam Mahmoud, the released activist, said that HTS released him on June 6, 2018. He said he was detained in Idlib Central Prison run by Salvation Government[2]...
Having taken control over Yarmouk camp-southern Damascus, following an evacuation deal with ISIL, Syrian regular forces arrested at least 20 people, as part of a security campaign targeting scores of residents in the camp, on May 21, 2018, according to local sources. The media activist "Tariq Mansour", from Yarmouk camp, who was recently displaced to northern Aleppo countryside, said in an interview with STJ, on May 25, 2018, that members of the Regime forces arrested 20 civilians, including a woman, for refusing to leave Yarmouk camp on 23 May. They were gathered later in a...