Monday, March 5, 2018

Terrorists Open Fire again at Hospital in Eastern Damascus

Terrorists Open Fire again at Hospital in Eastern Damascus
Terrorists group carried out another mortar attack on a hospital in Eastern Ghouta, injuring several civilians on the seventh day of a daily ceasefire in the region on Monday.

Syria's state news agency reported that terrorists of Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at or the Levant Liberation Board) and affiliated groups carried out mortar attacks on a military hospital in Tishrin in Eastern Damascus, injuring seven people, some of them in critical conditions.

Other field sources reported that a civilian has been killed in the mortar attack on Tishrin hospital.

Spokesman for the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria Brigadier General Vladimir Zolotokhin said Sunday that the terrorist groups carried out a heavy mortar attack on a medical center in Eastern Ghouta during the daily ceasefire in the region.

Zolotokhin reported that the terrorist groups, deployed in Eastern Ghouta, carried out mortar attack on a medical center near a checkpoint West of the village of al-Reihanah, adding that six more mortar shells landed 200 to 400 meters away from the center.

He further said that the terrorists have embarked on periodical sniper attacks at checkpoints erected at the humanitarian corridor near al-Wafedeen camp, violating the ceasefire in Eastern Ghouta.

The brigadier general said that civilians are still unable to leave Eastern Damascus via the newly-set up humanitarian corridor due to the terrorist groups' sniper and mortar attacks on the corridor, adding that the terrorists have fortified their positions in residential units, using women, children and the old as human shield.

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