Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al Assad killed at least 80 people in five days of fighting, culminating in a raid on the Damascus suburb of Jdeidet al Fadel, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Sunday
Syrian troops loyal to President Bashar al-Assad stormed a flashpoint town near Damascus on Sunday, said a watchdog, adding that scores of bodies, some of them disfigured, were found there.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 80 people have been killed in the town of Jdaidet al-Fadl in five days of violence.
“Regime troops have taken complete control over the town of Jdaidet al-Fadl and its surroundings,” said the Observatory which has documented the names of at least 80 people killed.
Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP he feared the death toll could be much higher, but that it was difficult to document the killings after the…
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