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Violent Raids Target the Adjacent Areas to Deraa Camp

Published : 22-11-2015

Violent Raids Target the Adjacent Areas to Deraa Camp

The Syrian warplanes launched violent raids yesterday that targeted Tarieq Al Sad neighborhood adjacent to Deraa camp, which caused civilian casualties and severely damaged homes. The neighborhood inhabited with many Palestinian refugee families who have fled from the camp.

Residents of Deraa camp south of Syria are suffering from shelling and repeated clashes since the beginning of war, which caused, according to unofficial statistics, the destruction of about 70% of the camp's buildings, while the AGPS documented 224 victims who died since the beginning of war events.

The remaining residents are suffering of very serious health and living situations, in addition to the continuous water cut for 579 days.

It is worth mentioning that news comes late from the camp and its vicinity because of the poor security situation and the difficulty of communications there.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/2330

The Syrian warplanes launched violent raids yesterday that targeted Tarieq Al Sad neighborhood adjacent to Deraa camp, which caused civilian casualties and severely damaged homes. The neighborhood inhabited with many Palestinian refugee families who have fled from the camp.

Residents of Deraa camp south of Syria are suffering from shelling and repeated clashes since the beginning of war, which caused, according to unofficial statistics, the destruction of about 70% of the camp's buildings, while the AGPS documented 224 victims who died since the beginning of war events.

The remaining residents are suffering of very serious health and living situations, in addition to the continuous water cut for 579 days.

It is worth mentioning that news comes late from the camp and its vicinity because of the poor security situation and the difficulty of communications there.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/2330