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A Day in Syria: April 2nd 2018

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A Day in Syria: April 2nd 2018

By Caroline Pearse & H. E.

  • In pictures: 99 000 faces of children, women and men, all victims of the Syrian regime since the beginning of the revolution in March 2011. Syrians are not numbers. The list was created and published by the Syrian photographer Tamer Turkmane. The downloading link published by the photographer: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1wTN5lcjT9CTtu2lIqLQ9ozH4JwtnO1t3
One of the 99,000 faces pictures

One of the 99,000 faces pictures

  • In pictures: the list of the names of 10 000 women, all mothers, sisters, wives and daughters, all of them victims of the Syrian regime since the beginning of the revolution in March 2011. The list was created and published by the Syrian photographer Tamer Turkmane. The downloading link published by the photographer:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1u5PFQQ90i3PdxsTuAC9Vi-cKBldqDqqd

A partial list of the names of assassinated women 

  • In pictures: the list of the names of 17 000 children assassinated by the Syrian regime since the beginning of the revolution in March 2011. The list was created and published by the Syrian photographer Tamer Turkmane. The downloading link published by the photographer:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1m4tTn5wQ7JhedFjMjYEasqWol7Yed3Tg

A part of the list of children assassinated by the regime

  • 24 busses of deportees from Eastern Ghouta have arrived in the province of Idlib today. The busses were carrying almost 1100 persons.
  • New tents have been set up in the camps in the province of Idlib to shelter deportees recently arrived from Eastern Ghouta.

Tents set for the deportees newly arrived from Ghouta

  • According to the Syrian Network of Human Rights (SNHR) 12 detainees died from torture in the regime prisons in March 2018.

 

  • The Syrian regime artillery has bombed the surroundings of the villages of Jazraya, Zamar and Al-Uthmaniah in the province of Aleppo today.
  • Armed confrontations have happened today in the city of Deraa between the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and the regime army.

 

  • The newspaper Le Parisien has published today the photos of persons who have “saved”  Bashar al-Assad. The first photo shows his “military arm”, his brother Maher Al-Assad.

 

  • In pictures: Regime soldiers and militaries are selling the furniture and household electrical appliances left by the inhabitants of Ghouta who were deported from their homes. This is happening in the suburb called “Assad Suburb”.

Deportees’ furnitures stolen and sold by the Syrian army

  • According to AFP, the official TV of the Syrian regime has informed today about the beginning of the evacuation of fighters and their families from the city of Douma, the city dominated by Jaysh al-Islam. The rebel movement, which is said to have more than 10 000 fighters, has not confirmed the information.

 

  • The image of the day: Karim, the baby who lost his eye because of the bombings in Ghouta, in the arms of Noor and Alaa, the two little girls who were tweeting from Ghouta in English. All of them have recently arrived in Turkey after their deportation.
Nour Alaa et Karim, les enfants de la Ghouta arrivés en Turquie

Nour and Alaa and Karim, the children from Ghouta arrived in Turkey

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