Hama and Raqqa-Sana
Two children were killed and a citizen was wounded as a result of the explosion of two mines left by terrorists in the countryside of Raqqa and Hama.
SANA's correspondent reported that a mine of terrorist remnants exploded in the eastern countryside of Hama this morning, in Wadi Al-Atheeb, northeast of Al-Salamiyah, which resulted in the serious injury of a civilian.
Yesterday, two citizens were killed and three children were injured as a result of the explosion of three landmines left over from the terrorist organizations in the village of Kafr Houd and the vicinity of the town of Suran in the northern Hama countryside and the village of Mughayer in the northwestern countryside of the city.
In the northern countryside of Raqqa, local sources told SANA that two children were killed as a result of the explosion of a landmine left over from terrorists in the village of Umm Huwaish in the town of Ain Issa in the northern countryside of Raqqa.
Before their defeat, the terrorist organizations planted mines and improvised explosive devices in their places of deployment and hid them in villages and towns and in agricultural lands to inflict the greatest possible damage on the people who return to their areas after being liberated from terrorism.