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Armed Groups in Syria Breach the Truce Regime Over 12 Times During 12 Hours
17 September، 2016

Provinces, SANA – During the past 12 hours, the armed groups breached the truce regime 12 times in Damascus, Damascus Countryside, Aleppo, Homs, and Quneitra, a military source said on Saturday.

Four civilians injured due to breaches of the truce regime by terrorist groups in Quneitra countryside

Four civilians were injured, including three children, when armed terrorist groups targeted with mortar and rocket shells villages, residential areas and some military posts in Quneitra countryside in a new breach of the cessation of hostilities.

A source at Quneitra Province told SANA reporter that mortar shells fired by terrorist groups positioned in Ofania village in Quneitra countryside fell on Khan Arnabeh village injuring four civilians including three children and causing material damage to public and private properties.

The armed groups, according to the source, also targeted Hadar village in the northern countryside of Quneitra and a number of military posts with rocket shells.

The source said that the armed groups positioned in Jubata al-Khashab fired 5 rocket shells on Hadar village, causing material damage only.

The source pointed out that the armed groups also targeted a number of military posts in al-Amal Farms with rocket shells. The army artillery responded to the source of the shells in the forests of Tranja and Jubata al-Khashab, inflicting heavy losses upon terrorists.

Three civilians injured due to breaches of the truce regime by armed groups in Daraa

Three civilians were injured due to two breaches of the truce regime by armed groups in Daraa province on Saturday.

A source at Daraa told SANA reporter that the armed groups targeted with tank shells Jabhat al-Manshiyeh in Daraa al-Balad and the area around the abandoned battalion to the north of Dael.

The breaches resulted in injuring three civilians, causing material damage to the area and necessitating the armed units to respond to the source of the shells.

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