The armed conflict in Syria continues to bring more victims among both members of armed groups and civilians, a source of the Rossa Primavera News Agency reported on October 26.
During hostilities near the city of al-Bab to the northeast of Aleppo, Syrian Arab Army troops killed multiple militants belonging to the Ahrar al-Sharqiya group (organization banned in Russia).
There are also victims in Raqqa. A bomb left by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) killed civilians in Al Wadi Al Khamar to the east of the town of Suluk.
The SDF also suffer casualties. 11 members of the Kurdish YPG group, which belongs to the Syrian Democratic Forces, were killed in hostilities in the as-Susa village in the Deir ez-Zor Province. The village has also been repeatedly bombed by the US-led international coalition, which supports the SDF.
A complicated situation continues in Al-Hasakah Mouhafazat. In the city of Qamishli, SDF militants attacked professors and students of the Kharbat Amo school for refusing to follow Kurdish methods of teaching. No victims were reported.
Near the city of Ras al-Ayn in northern Al-Hasakah, the militants of the Syrian Democratic Forces arrested several young Syrians who previously fled from the regions of hostilities near Deir ez-Zor.
The Syrian Democratic Forces include Kurdish militia groups (YPG and YPJ), armed groups of the Syrian Arab Coalition, and include armed units composed of ethnic Assyrians, Armenians,and Turkmen.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency