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A round of airstrikes launched on Khan al-Shih camp.

Published : 18-10-2016

A round of airstrikes launched on Khan al-Shih camp.

A round of airstrikes was launched by the Russian and Syrian military forces on Khan al-Shih camp. Over 16 explosive barrels were slammed into the main accessroad between Khan al-Shih camp and Zakia town. The attack makes part of underway attempts by the Syrian regime to seal off the road and slap a complete closure on the area.

At the same time, artillery shells rocked farmlands and towns adjacent to the Khan al-Shih camp.

Meanwhile, over 15,000 Palestinian refugees, along with a number of displaced Palestinian and Syrian families have been subjected to dire living conditions due to the tough blockade imposed by the Syrian regime forces. The latter have sealed off all accessroads into the capital Damascus before civilians dwelling in Zakia and Khan al-Sheih for 18 days in a row.

The blockade was imposed by the Syrian army right after they held sway over Dierkhabiya area and fenced off al-Zakia-Mokeleba thoroughfare using heavy machine gunfire. The closure resulted in acute shortages in food items, most notably flour and vegetables, among other vital foodstuff. Alarm bells have, subsequently, been sounded over an imminent humanitarian crisis awaiting the entire region around the corner.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4059

A round of airstrikes was launched by the Russian and Syrian military forces on Khan al-Shih camp. Over 16 explosive barrels were slammed into the main accessroad between Khan al-Shih camp and Zakia town. The attack makes part of underway attempts by the Syrian regime to seal off the road and slap a complete closure on the area.

At the same time, artillery shells rocked farmlands and towns adjacent to the Khan al-Shih camp.

Meanwhile, over 15,000 Palestinian refugees, along with a number of displaced Palestinian and Syrian families have been subjected to dire living conditions due to the tough blockade imposed by the Syrian regime forces. The latter have sealed off all accessroads into the capital Damascus before civilians dwelling in Zakia and Khan al-Sheih for 18 days in a row.

The blockade was imposed by the Syrian army right after they held sway over Dierkhabiya area and fenced off al-Zakia-Mokeleba thoroughfare using heavy machine gunfire. The closure resulted in acute shortages in food items, most notably flour and vegetables, among other vital foodstuff. Alarm bells have, subsequently, been sounded over an imminent humanitarian crisis awaiting the entire region around the corner.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4059