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11 US-backed SDF’s militants killed and injured in fire shooting by unidentified persons

HASAKA, (ST)- 11 members of the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US-backed Kurdish militia, were killed and injured when unidentified persons opened fire at them inside al-Hawl camp in the south of the Syrian city of Hasaka. 

SANA reporter cited local sources as saying that last night an SDF group was exposed to the gunfire of unknown persons inside al-Hawl camp for the displaced where residents have been suffering from a deteriorating humanitarian situation caused by the sharp shortage of water, food and health care. The fire shooting caused the death of three SDF militants and the injury of eight others.

Over the past five years, Washington, with the help of US-backed terrorist groups, has been holding tens of thousands of displaced Syrians in al-Rukban camp in al-Tanf area and in al-Hawl camp east of al-Hasaka within very tragic conditions that may lead to a humanitarian catastrophe due to sharp shortage of food, drinking water and medicine.

One Syria Gathering in Hasaka condemns US-backed SDF’s crimes against civilians, urges expelling occupying forces

HASAKA, (ST)- The One Syria Gathering in Hasaka province condemned the crimes being committed by the US-backed Kurdish militia called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) against members of Arab tribes. Members of the Gathering also stressed the need to expel all the occupying forces from Syria.

In a statement issued on Thursday on the backdrop of the latest developments in the Syrian al-Jazira and Eastern regions, mainly in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, the Gathering said that stability and security will not be restored to these regions unless all causes of chaos are eliminated, including the illegal presence of foreign forces in Syrian territories, like the Turkish and US occupation forces and their affiliated extremist groups which occupy the Syrian oil fields and loot oil production in a flagrant violation of Syria’s sovereignty,  international law and UN Charter.

Eight civilians injured by a mine explosion left by terrorists on al-Khwain farms in the southern countryside of Idlib

Idlib, (ST) - Eight civilians were injured as a result of the explosion of a landmine left by terrorist groups on al-Khwain farms in southern Idlib countryside.

SANA's correspondent stated that a landmine left over from the terrorist organizations exploded while civilians were harvesting agricultural crops in Al-Khawain farms in the Maarat al-Numan area in southern Idlib countryside, wounding eight civilians.

Before their defeat, the terrorist organizations planted explosive devices and landmines and hid them in villages and towns and in agricultural lands to inflict the greatest possible damage on the people when they return to their areas after liberating them from terrorism.

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Qasad militia gunmen storm al-Shuhail water station in Deir Ezzor countryside

Deir Ezzor, (ST) - Qasad (SDF) groups continued their criminal and repressive practices against locals and sabotaged their properties. They sabotaged the public properties in the areas where they are as a group of these militias stormed the Shuhail water station in Deir Ezzorcountryside and sabotaged it, which led to complete disruption.

Civil sources told SANA's correspondent that a group of Qasad (SDF) militia stationed near the Shuhail water station in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside stormed the station, smashed its contents, flooded the engines with water and destroyed all of it completely, in response to the protest demonstrations of the people and their demand to expel this militia and expel the American occupation from their areas.

Fighting erupts among Turkish-backed mercenaries in Syria

HASAKA, (ST)_ Fighting has erupted among Turkish-backed terrorist groups in several villages in Hasaka province over  loot sharing.

According to local sources, the fighting erupted between terrorist group affiliated to the so-called "Sultan Murad Division" and another terrorist group affiliated to 'Ahrar al-Sharqeyeh" in the villages of Sh'lah, Dyabeyeh and Rehaneyeh in Ras Al-Ayn region.

US-Backed SDF militia kidnaps several civilians to forcibly recruit them within its ranks

HASAKA, (ST)- The US-backed Kurdish militia called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) kidnapped a number of young men from al-Shaddadi city in Hasaka countryside in a bid to forcibly recruit them within the SDF ranks in both the countryside of Hasaka and Deir Ezzor.

 Local sources in Hasaka southern countryside said that the SDF militia kidnapped a number of youths from the city of al-Shaddadi and the neighboring villages and took them to training camps of the so-called “Self Defense Duty” to prepare them for fighting alongside the US-backed SDF groups.

On Tuesday, SDF militia kidnapped nine civilians from the town of Sweidan Jazira in Deir Ezzor eastern countryside and took them to an unknown place.

72 new coronavirus cases have been reported in Syria

The Syrian Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday that 72 new coronavirus infections have been. registered, while one patient has died.
 
The Ministry said the infections in the country hit 1327, of which 385 cases have recovered and 53 ones have died.