Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Un ataque terrorista deja 25 civiles muertos y 13 heridos en Siria - RT

Un ataque terrorista deja 25 civiles muertos

25 personas fallecieron y 13 resultaron heridas en un ataque calificado como acto terrorista en Siria, informa la agencia estatal SANA.

El objeto del asalto fue un autobús en el que viajaban civiles.

El ataque tuvo lugar en la carretera entre las ciudades de Deir ez-Zor y Palmira, cerca de la localidad de Kebajib.

Tanto la provincia de Deir ez-Zor como la de Palmira fueron liberadas en 2017 de los extremistas del Estado Islámico.


  1. Twenty-Five persons were martyred and 13 others injured on Wednesday in a terrorist attack on their bus in Kabajeb area on the road between Deir Ezzor and Palmyra.

    1. SANA reporter said that about 16:00 o’clock, a bus came under a terrorist attack on the road between Deir Ezzor and Palmyra in Kabajeb area. The attack claimed the lives of 25 persons and the injury of 13 others who were admitted to Deir Ezzor hospitals.

      Terrorists of Daesh remnants, supported by the US occupation forces that occupy al-Tanf area near the Syrian –Iraqi-Jordanian borders, are positioned in some areas of al-Badya.

  2. A bus has been attacked in eastern Syria, killing at least 28 people, reportedly soliders.

    Syrian state media said the bus was targeted on Wednesday in the restive Deir al-Zour province, saying it was "citizens" killed.

    But other sources including a monitoring group said soldiers were on board, giving a higher death toll.

    There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.

    The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) attributed the attack to the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group, saying 37 soldiers died.


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