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Background: Al-Hayt town, western Daraa countryside, has been suffering from a suffocating siege since the beginning of February 2017, imposed by the organization called itself the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, represented by Jaysh Khaled Ibn al-Walid[1]. More than 5,000 civilians are trapped inside the town and live in extremely difficult humanitarian circumstances, as Syrian for Truth and Justice/STJ/ reporter confirmed. On the other hand, dozens of civilians from al-Hayt town were killed, and scores were injured, against the background of ISIS relentless attempts to control the town over...
On Thursday evening, 12 October 2017, at least 24 displaced persons (documented by name) were killed, 8 missed, and more than 115 others injured, following the explosion of two bomb-laden cars in a queue of thousands of displaced persons from the stricken Deir ez-Zur Province to the SDF-held al-Hasakah Province. The landmines planted on both sides of the road had increased the number of deaths. Following the first attack, people, especially children and women, fled into the open (barren lands on both sides of the road), which resulted to the death of many other...
Preface: Up to 4,000 internally displaced persons[1], according to Syrians for Truth and Justice-STJ reporter, still suffer from difficult humanitarian conditions within "al-Shadadi camp" south of al-Hasakeh as a result of shortages of food, drinking water and poor medical conditions in the camp, in conjunction with the increase of displacement from the north-eastern regions of Syria, particularly areas of Deir az-Zor given it is witnessing intense fighting for more than two years between forces of the Syrian government against the Islamic State Organization, ISIS, in order to capture it and take it out...