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More than 160 dead in the last 24 hours in Syria despite truce

More than 160 people were killed, including combatants and civilians, in the last 24 hours in Syria by bombing and fighting, marking the deadliest since the truce came into effect last Monday day.

The figure is particularly high because of the bombing "error" of the international coalition, led by the United States against a Syrian army position on Mount Zarda of Deir al Zur, which killed at least 90 soldiers.

Another government cash killed Saturday Israeli air strikes on the outskirts of Quneitra, and another in clashes in the northern outskirts of Homs, against opposition factions.

Moreover, a total of 21 civilians were killed by bombings that took place in the provinces of Aleppo, Homs, Rif Damascus Quneitra Al Raqa and besides in clashes between the regime and the opposition brigades.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also reported that the terrorist group Islamic State (EI) executed five men, including two brothers, on the eastern outskirts of Deir al-Zur, accused of being in contact with the enemy.

In addition, two fighters of the Islamic factions killed Sunday in clashes against the regime in 1070 Project district, southwest of the city of Aleppo, while another rebel died in Yobar neighborhood on the outskirts of Damascus.

The Observatory also documented the deaths of at least 38 members of EI in Russian bombings and fighting in the mountains of Deir al Zur Zarda province in which four other jihadists killed in a checkpoint in the village of Al Mayādīn.

The truce in force in Syria since last Monday until midnight on Sunday reduced the level of violence, especially the first few days, but both sides have denounced violations of the same and humanitarian aid could not be supplied to areas under siege .

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