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 “The Free Daraa Governorate Council” of the Syrian interim Government, declared on Saturday, June 23, 2018, the eastern countryside of Daraa a “disaster area”, after several cities and towns there, such as Lajat, Buser al Harir, Nahitah, Melihit Al Atash and Al Hrak, were subjected to military attacks by the Syrian regular forces and their allies as of June 19, 2018. Through a statement published on June 23, 2018, The Governorate Council said that the pro-government forces had systematically bombed the eastern countryside of Daraa, causing mass exodus and forcible displacement of its people. According...
      An IED and a car bomb blasts occurred simultaneously on June 21, 2018, near the Carlton Hotel in Idlib city[1], targeting one of the Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham/HTS[2] headquarters, which resulted in 43 casualties dead or wounded. This targeting is the second in the same month, as the Islamic State, also known as ISIL, previously targeted another headquarters of HTS, located in the Preserves Factory, west of the city, on June 13, 2018.   In an interview with STJ, on June 21, 2018, the...
Preface: With blatant disregard of all the warnings of the international community and UN, pro-government forces launched a major military escalation against Daraa Governorate, as from 15 to 20 June 2018. According to STJ researchers, many eyewitnesses and activists from Daraa, Syrian forces began to mount a major offensive against the armed opposition factions held areas by bringing reinforcements from various regions of the country a short time ago. The scale of these reinforcements became wider since June 18, 2018, as the Syrian regime started to send massive military convoys and reinforcements towards Daraa