On July 4th, an illegal armed group opened fire at a bus with civilians in As-Suwayda province in Syria, Syrian Arabic News Agency SANA reports.
Militants breached the ceasefire regime by shooting the bus on the Bakka-Zibin highway in southern Syria. As a result, three people were killed, another two women were seriously wounded. Terrorists blocked the road, stopped the bus and fired at civilians inside.
Recently, the Syrian Arab Army declared a five-day ceasefire in Daraa, Quneitra and As-Suwayda provinces to support peaceful settlement.
Militants in Syria regularly organize terrorist attacks. On July 2nd, three truck bombs tried to enter Damascus. Two of them were stopped, but the third one managed to get to the city center and blow up on the Tahrir Square. The explosion killed 18 civilians.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency