The Assad regime bombs and fires the south of Syria
As a result of air strikes in the city of Deraa, most of the houses were destroyed, dozens of civilians were wounded. The source: AA.
The regime of Bashar Assad and the terrorist organizations supporting him continue bombarding and shellngof Deraa town in southern Syria, local sources inform.
The armed opposition is trying to resist the shelling.
Over the past week, Deraa has suffered at least 150 air strikes with barrel bombs, moreover, the city is being shelled by missiles of the "Elephant" type.
In particular, Deraa Beled (Old Town), the refugee camp and the settlement of Nuayma are subjected to intense bombardment.
As a result of air strikes in the city, most of the houses were destroyed, dozens of civilians were wounded.
The forces of the Assad regime managed to make significant progress in the Menshiyya settlement, most of which is under the control of the opposition.
But the opposition in a short time was able to regain control of the occupied territories.
The administrative center of the province of Deraa is divided into two parts: The north - Deraa Mahata (New Town), the south - Deraa Beled (Old Town). The Assad regime controls most of the Deraa Mahat territory.
The war in Syria began in March 2011, when peaceful demonstrations of protest turned into an armed conflict after the military opened fire on demonstrators.
According to the UN, more than 400,000 people died during the conflict, over 10 million were forced to leave their homes. 4.8 million people took refuge outside the country.