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Starting early in February to the 27th  day of the same month, the shelling[1] of northern rural Hama and southern rural Idlib, conducted by the Syrian/Russian forces, has triggered several intermittent waves of displacement, for no less than 8314 families have abandoned their homes in these areas. The majority of these families headed to camps near the border strip with Turkey while the remaining part is yet in the open air. The field researchers of Syrians for Truth and Justice/STJ have monitored the displacement waves caused by the bombardment...
Up to two hundred internally displaced families suffer the lack of life’s basic needs in a camp they erected near their city of al-Lataminah in rural Hama, while they are unable to return to their homes in the city controlled by the Jaysh al-Izza/Army of Glory for a variety of reasons, on top of which is the missing capacity to renovate their affected houses and the town being a constant target for different forms of shelling by the Syrian regular forces, as the testimonies, obtained by Syrians for Truth and Justice/STJ, show.
In December 2018, a newborn girl, seven-month-old, died due to malnutrition, and a man committed suicide, unable to meet his family’s needs. The infant’s family and that of the man are both displaced from eastern rural Hama, residing in camps short of life’s basic necessities, where they do suffer living conditions that can be called the worst. The field researcher of Syrians for Truth and Justice/STJ visited several random camps, allocated to people displaced from eastern rural Hama, which have been erected in the Maarrat al-Nu'man region, southern Idlib, in a previous...