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Wednesday morning, August 30, 2017, 12 civilians were killed and 27 others were injured due to explosion of two landmines planted  on the administrative border of Al-Hasakeh and  Deir az-Zor provinces, approximately 1 kilometer before the Abu Khashab crossing point. The landmines exploded as a group of displaced people were passing fleeing from the areas under the control of the organization that calls itself the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, in Deir az-Zor. On  May 5, 2016, Syrian Democratic forces-SDF created Abu Khashab crossing point following controlling al-Shadadi town and retaking it from...
Muhammad, a pseudonym of a missing person by the group that called itself the Islamic State, also known as ISIS. He was married with seven young children and worked as a taxi driver; he came from a village in Deir az-Zor countryside. In June 2015, Mohammed was transferring passengers from a village in Deir az-Zor countryside to Tell Abyad in Raqqa province. One day in an early morning, elements of ISIS kidnapped him, his family ignored the reason, seized his entire house and evicted his family who were denied to take a...
Messages and appeals launched by residents in the Hawd al-Yarmouk  villages of Ain Thakar, Nafa’a, Ash-shajarah, Jmla, Bait Ara among others, located in the west countryside of Daraa, increased recently due to the imposed  siege imposed on the region by armed opposition factions affiliated with “the Southern Front”. Currently, Hawd al-Yarmouk is controlled by “Jaysh Khaled ibn al-Walid.” which is a group of armed platoons aligned with the Islamic State/ISIS (also known as Daesh) since May 2016. These platoons are Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade, Islamic Muthanna Movement, Army of Jihad, Hamza Asadullah Battalion...