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Civilian man named Ali al-Aziz killed by a war remnant of unidentified source in W. Deir Ez-Zour, February 19, 2024

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A man, identified as Ali Akram Abdul Rahman al-Aziz from Abu Hamam city in eastern rural Deir Ez-Zour governorate, was killed on February 19, 2024, by a war remnant of as yet unidentified source that exploded in his car near the river crossing in al-Bghelia town in western rural Deir Ez-Zour governorate, while he was driving from Deir Ez-Zour city to the crossing with his family. 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 to safely dispose of the various explosive remnants.

Civilian man named Ali al-Aziz killed by a war remnant of unidentified source in W. Deir Ez-Zour, February 19, 2024