‘Bloody massacres’: Syria appeals to UN after French & US airstrikes ‘kill over 140 civilians’

“The mass death toll in Toukhan Al-Kubra came just a day after US war planes killed around 20 people, mainly women and children, while many more were injured in and around the city of Manbij, the Foreign Ministry states.”

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13700104_1026075227509475_2960292179335212423_n-777x437Syria is demanding the UN take action after it says French war planes killed more than 120 civilians during airstrikes on Tuesday near the Turkish-Syrian border. The deaths came just a day after US air assaults killed a further 20 people in Manbij.

The Syrian Foreign Ministry sent letters to the UN secretary general and to the president of the UN Security Council, which at present is Japan.

Damascus wants the organization to look into atrocities committed by France, which is a member of the US-led international coalition, after it targeted the village of Toukhan Al-Kubra, located near the Turkish-Syrian border and the city of Manbij.

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“The French unjust aggression claimed the lives of more than 120 civilians, most of them are children, women and elderly, in addition to tens of wounded citizens, the majority of them are also children and women as reports say that the fate of scores…

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2 thoughts on “‘Bloody massacres’: Syria appeals to UN after French & US airstrikes ‘kill over 140 civilians’”

  1. Thanks… Kao pre, kad se dogodi u zapadnoj Evropi onda je strasno, a ako je na nekom drugom mestu, pitanje dali stize na prvu stranu. Mozda je to cak i neka francuska osveta za pucanje u Nici… Bez osnova…

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  2. Not to worry! Louis Proyect will no doubt helpfully inform us that the only real massacres against the Syrian people are those carried out by “the Assad regime’s barrel bombs”.

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