Three children injured in landmine blasts in Hasaka and Daraa

Hasaka/Daraa, SANA- Two children were critically injured in the explosion of a landmine left behind by Daesh (ISIS) terrorists in the surroundings of al-Aliya village south of Hasaka city.

SANA’s reporter said that a landmine from Daesh terrorists’ remnants went off while two children were walking in the farmlands in the surroundings of al-Aliya village south of Hasaka city, causing the amputation of a leg and a hand of one child, while the other sustained serious injuries in various parts of his body.

The two children were admitted to the hospital to receive the treatment.

Later in the day, a young girl was severely injured when a landmine left behind by terrorists went off in the surroundings of Kafr Chams town in Daraa province’s northwestern countryside.

SANA’s reporter said a landmine left behind by terrorists went off in the surroundings of Kafr Chams, inflicting serious wounds in the abdomen and limbs upon a six-year-old girl, and that the girl was rushed to al-Sanamain Military hospital for treatment.

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