Feb 13, 2019, 7:12 PM
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Landmine blast injures 1 in NE Syria

Tehran, Feb 13, IRNA - One civilian was injured due to the explosion of a landmine left behind by Daesh (ISIS) in the southwestern countryside of Hasaka province, Syrian Arab News Agency reported.

According to Syrian media the landmine went off as a vehicle passed over it in the area of Soda-wa-Abd southwest of Hasaka, injuring the person driving it with shrapnel, and he was rushed to a hospital for treatment.

Earlier, explosion of a military landmine resulted in killing 7 civilians and injured 1 more in Rasm al-Ahmar village.

Under the pretext of fighting the terrorist group Daesh (ISIS), US together with some allies have established a so-called international coalition out of the framework of the United Nations since August 2014.

The innocent Syrian civilians have so far been killed in Raqqa, Deir ez-Zor, Al-Hasaka and Aleppo.

The coalition has also destroyed Raqqa almost completely.

The United Nations Security Council has so far taken no firm action against such attacks.


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