Itinuturing na ‘deadliest day’ ang bakbakan sa Syria sa loob ng nakalipas na magdamag matapos bumulagta ang halos 170 katao na karamiha’y mga sibilyan, ayon sa Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
“It’s the bloodiest day since the start of the cease-fire and one of the bloodiest since the start of the revolt against the Syrian regime,” pahayag ni Observatory Director Rami Abdel Rahman sa ulat ng Agence France-Presse (AFP).
Sa pinakahuling karahasan na sumiklab, umaabot umano sa 104 sibilyan, 54 sundalo at 10 rebel fighters ang natodas.
“The heaviest losses were in the central region of Homs, where 31 civilians and a rebel fighter died; and in the opposition bastion of Douma, near Damascus, where 30 civilians died.
In the southern region of Deraa, 24 civilians -- including two children -- and five rebels were killed. Those killed elsewhere in Syria included a young girl, who died in the northwestern city of Idlib,” base pa sa ulat.