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The New York Times issues a report on the number of Syrians victims of cluster bombs

Today, Thursday, the American newspaper
“New York Times” issued a report saying: “The victims of banned cluster bombs doubled in 2019, especially in Syria, which has been witnessing a war for a decade Approximately 286 people were killed and injured as a result of these deadly bombs, the largest share of Syria, where 219
people were killed, or three times its victims in 2018 ″.

According to the report, the use of cluster bombs has only been monitored in Libya since 2019, as it has not witnessed any The country used it except in Syria, with a rate of 686 cluster bomb attacks, which makes it the only country that has suffered from the continuous use of banned bombs

The newspaper added that about 4,315
people were killed in 20 countries in 2019, but 80 percent of the victims were Syrians. She previously said, “The Syrian Network for Human Rights” in a report entitled “Remote bombings, including suicide / forced, and the inability to identify the criminal … the unknown killer!” At least 9,967 civilians, including 1683 children and 1,126 women, have been killed by remote blasts, including suicide / forced bombings, in Syria since March 2011.

The report records the killing of at least 9,967 civilians, including 1683 children, and 1,126 women (an adult female). ), Who were killed in hundreds of remote bombing incidents, including suicide / forced bombings, since March 2011, among them 51 medical personnel, 24 civil defense personnel, and 18 media personnel.

Of the 9,967, the report documented at least About 1,124 civilians, including 192 children and 113 women, were killed due to suicide / forced bombings
The Assad regime was able to retake most of the country, except for northwestern Syria, with the help of Iranian militias and Russian forces, after a military campaign launched against the Idlib region, amid violent intensification of bombing Vital installations and residential neighborhoods.

Source:Agencies