Eleven kids are amongst 26 Syrian civilians killed by Russian air strikes on Islamic State territory within the southwestern province of Daraa, in line with the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The air raids struck quite a few cities managed by Jaish Khalid ibn al-Walid, an Islamic State affiliate and rival of the allied Syrian and Russian governments in addition to Syrian insurgent teams, the monitor mentioned.
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The NGO says Jaish Khalid ibn al-Walid is utilizing some 30,000 civilians as human shields.
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Along with claiming 26 lives, the aerial bombardments reportedly destroyed total neighbourhoods and induced intensive injury to infrastructure.
The report comes simply hours after the United Nations Excessive Commissioner for Refugees appealed for opponents in Syria to supply secure passage for an estimated 140,000 civilians displaced by preventing in southwestern Syria.
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The UNHCR mentioned it was ready to work with Syria and Russia to arrange assist centres for refugees.
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