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Monday, July 17, 2017

Syria War Has Claimed More Than 330,000 Lives

Syria war has claimed more than 330,000 lives since 2011: monitor



Syria has had about 35,000 people killed in Syrian conflict since the start of the protests six years ago.

Britain's Syrian Human Rights Watch said it has documented the deaths of 331,765 people across Syria since mid-March 2011 after a dispute broke out in an anti-government protest.

During the period from March 15, 2011 to July 15, 2017, the total number of deaths included 99,617 civilians. The head of the Rami Abman Observatory said in an interview with AFP.

Astronomers said 18,243 children and 11,427 women were killed. This figure is the latest information provided by the Astronomical Observatory since March, and 320,000 people have died, including 96,000 civilians.

A total of 116,774 regime troops or supporters of the regime have died in Syria since the dispute began in the latest report, the Observatory said.

Of these, 61,808 were soldiers and 1,408 were members of the Shiite movement Hezbollah in Lebanon.

Also, since the dispute occurred, those killed in Syria are 57,000 rebels, including the Syrian Democratic Force, an Arab-Kurd ally.

Observers say more than 58,000 militants have been killed, mainly by international terrorist investigators (IS) and al Qaeda's former Syrian officials.

The dispute occurred with peaceful anti-government protests, but quickly turned into a complete war involving numerous forces in the region, region and foreign countries. In a brutal dispute, more than half of the Syrian population has destroyed the country's infrastructure and displaced millions of people.

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