A Day in Syria: June 7th 2018
- Today, The Free Syrian Army (FSA) announced the formation of a new formation based on a union of several divisions and formations already existing in the north of Syria. This front will bring together nearly 50 000 fighters.
- The Government of salvation based in Idlib has released dozens of individuals who have been detained in the last few months, without details at the moment.
- The police removed posters from the streets of Afrin that invited women to put on the full Islamic veil.
- A column of Turkish military vehicles arrived today at the observation point southeast of Morek in the province of Hama.
- According to the magazine Politico, the American army plans to release a Saudi-American couple suspected of fighting for the so- called Islamic State (Daesh) in Syria.
- According to the Syrian Human Rights Network (SNHR), at least 13 civilians, including 10 children and 2 women, were killed as International Coalition warplanes fired missiles on Al Jazza ‘ village affiliated to Al Shaddadi City in Hasaka Governorate southern suburbs, on June 4, 2018.
- My name was Saleh al-Ahmad al-Yassin, I was a pharmacist in the town of al-Muhassan in the province of Deir Ezzor. I died in detention at Al-Jazrat in the Syrian Democratic Forces.
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