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Syrian Air Force land air strikes on no-fire zones
12:26, 17 June 2017
Syrian Air Force land air strikes on no-fire zones

Mortar attacks also reported to the east of Damascus

12:26, 17 June 2017

Lifesavers carrying babies after air strike in Syria
Unian

The Air Forces of Syrian army deploys numerous air strikes on the ceasefire areas across the country. Anadolu agency reported that on June 17.

According to the message, the aircraft drops bombs on inhabited localities in several governorates – Idlib, Hama, Daraa, Homs, and in eastern Damascus; the no-fire area to the east of Damascus went under mortar strikes.

The Syrian crisis kicked off in March 2011, when a peaceful protest turned into bloodbath, as the troops opened fire on unarmed civilians. The civil war has been going on ever since; over 400,000 people perished, some 10 millions were forced to abandon their homes, and approximately 4.8 million found shelter abroad. 

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