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At least 218 pro-regime fighters killed in November

Syrian Regime Deaths | 2017-12-03 21:10:06
At least 218 pro-regime fighters killed in November
(Zaman Al Wasl)- At least 71 troops from coastal Latakia province were killed in November as the death toll in pro-regime areas reached 218, news feeds said.

Most of the slain troops had been killed by Daesh (ISIS) in Deir Ezzor, Eastern Ghouta suburbs and Hama province.

The Alawites-dominated areas still the main manpower supply for Bashar al-Assad's regime. The mourning posters and statements have been sweeping the streets and pro-regime social media.

More than 119,000 pro-regime forces have been killed, including 62,000 troops, tens of thousands of loyalist militiamen, and 1,556 fighters from Hezbollah, according to a new estimate by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

65 more troops and militiamen from Hama province, 76 troops  from pro-regime neighborhoods of Homs and 77 soldiers and officers from Tartus province were killed in November.

The Syrian Network for Human Rights 996 civilians were killed in November by the regime, Kurdish-led forces, ISIS, Russia and the US-led coalition.

At least 503 civilians were killed by Syrian regime forces, including 74 children, 51 women and nine who died of torture. The Russians killed 279 civilians including 95 children and 44 women.
The Kurdish-led forces killed 15 civilians, including a child and two women. 114 more civilians were killed by ISIS, including 16 children and 10 women.
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