10 workers were killed and at least two were injured in the Kharata oil field due to an explosion of a bus carrying them in an area of ISIS cells in Deir Ezzor yesterday, according to SANA news.
İn September 2017, the Syrian regime took control of southwest of Deir el-Zor after fighting the ISIS there
Yesterday, Thursday, seven civilians, including children from one family, were seriously injured, as a result of bombardment of the Syrian regime forces on the towns of the southern and northern countryside of Idlib.
Meanwhile, a strong storm hit the camps housing more than 1.5 million displaced people leaving 41 camps damaged, as well as destroying 131 tents including 3,784 people.
The Syrian Civil Defense said that 6 civilians from one family (4 children, a man and a woman) were wounded by artillery shelling by the forces of the Syrian and Russian regimes, targeting their house in the town of Binnish, east of Idlib.
More than 1.5 million civilians displaced by the bombing of the Syrian-Russian alliance live in the countryside of Idlib and Aleppo in camps that lack basic infrastructures such as roads, water, and sewage networks, and the tragedy of the displaced is repeated every winter due to the rain that floods the tents.
Last year, rainstorms left many victims, most of them children, after hundreds of camps were flooded and thousands of families were affected.
In parallel, organisation, on Thursday, counted, in a statement, the proportion of the humanitarian response, the number of tents damaged as a result of rainstorms and fires, and the number of positive cases of the Corona virus, within the camps for the displaced in the liberated areas of northwest Syria during one month.
The rain and windstorms completely demolished 131 tents, and partially damaged 246 other tents. Furthermore, fires broke out in 10 camps, in which 13 tents were damaged, and one person was injured with varying burns. Infections with the emerging coronavirus “Covid-19” within the camps amounted to 4,713 positive cases according to Syria’s Response Coordinators, while the Syria Relief organisation had issued a serious warning about the threats facing the millions of displaced Syrians by winter.