Syria: 86 Civilians Killed In Month Of July
The Syrian rights group, Syrian Network For Human Rights (SNHR), has reported that in the month of July there were 86 civilian deaths, including 21 children and eight women, of whom died from torture.
The rights group claimed that "Russian Forces Again Violate the Ceasefire Agreement and Commit a Massacre against IDPs in al Jadida Village in the Western Suburbs of Idlib Governorate."
The report by the Syrian Network For Human Rights was released on August 1st, 2022, detailing their claim that Russian forces violated the ceasefire agreement and carried out a massacre against IDPs in the al Jadida village in the western suburbs of Ldib governornate.
The report however, said that the death toll for the month of July had been decreased from the death toll of the previous month of June which saw 92 civilians killed, including 19 children and 16 adult women, according to the report.
A report released by the SNHR in July said that the first half of 2022 saw the deaths of 568 civilians in Syria, including 115 children and 53 adult women, some of which who died after being tortured.
The full reports by the Syrian Network For Human Rights have been attached to this message.
Report #1: SNHR M220703
Report #2: SNHR M220801
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