The situation in Daraa, Sweida and Quneitra provinces is on the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe.
Afrin is completely besieged by Turkish forces and Ankara-backed FSA militants now. The military prepares for the final push on Kurdish-held town.
Hundreds of civilians leave the area in the North of Syria where Turkish military and militants of the so-called ‘moderate opposition’ from Free Syrian Army conduct Olive Branch operation. Today Ankara said its military had ‘neutralized’ 3,444 Kurdish ‘terrorist’ fighters.
UN official Ali al-Za’tari decries shelling as aid waits to enter Eastern Ghouta.
According to the source, at least 440,000 civilians will need humanitarian assistance after the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) launched the campaign to take Raqqa.
The head of the Red Cross and Red Crescent is renewing his appeal for Syria’s warring sides to stop fighting, saying humanitarian benefits from funds raised at an upcoming aid conference will only go as far as peace and stability will allow.
While the whole world keeps an eye on the efforts of a number of states to resolve the Syrian conflict by organizing meetings, peace talks, people in many cities of Syria suffer from the lack of water, food and medicines.
According to the source rebels have offered the Syrian Government a new five-day pause as they keep losing ground in the Eastern part of Aleppo city.
FSA militants shelled a crowd of civilians attempted to flee the besieged districts of the Eastern districts of Aleppo with mortar rounds and gas-filled canisters.
SAA units backed by Russian air force continue the operation to take full control of the Eastern districts of Aleppo city.