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Man named Hussein a-Hassan killed by the explosion of a war remnant of unidentified source in southern Homs city, November 11, 2023

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A 56-year-old man, identified as Hussein Suleiman al-Hassan from Qatrman village in Misyaf area in rural Hama governorate was killed on November 11, 2023, by the explosion of a war remnant whose source we have not yet been able to identify near a wagon he owns and uses to sell coffee beans near Tadmur Roundabout on the southern entrance of Homs city. The area is under the control of Syrian regime forces.

The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) notes that war remnants continue to pose a serious threat to civilians’ lives. We have released numerous reports on cluster munitions and other war remnants, calling for securing equipment to help local residents safely dispose of the various explosive remnants.

Man named Hussein a-Hassan killed by the explosion of a war remnant of unidentified source in southern Homs city, November 11, 2023