Two brothers were injured in the explosion of a mine remnants of war in the Manbij countryside

Two brothers were injured in the explosion of a mine remnants of war in the Manbij countryside

Apr 24 2024

ARK News… Two brothers, on Tuesday, 23/4/2024, were injured as a result of the explosion of a landmine left of war in the western countryside of Manbij, bringing the number of victims of the explosion of war remnants to nearly 200 people since the beginning of this year.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that a landmine left over from the war exploded in a village in the village of Tel Turin in the western countryside of Manbij, causing two brothers to receive varying injuries, as a result of which they were taken to the hospital to receive treatment.

Thus, this brings to 97, including 21 women and 29 children, the death toll of civilians documented by the Syrian Observatory since the beginning of January, as a result of the explosion of mines and objects left over from the Syrian war, in addition to the injury of 102 people, including 12 women and 50 children.

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