The Syrian media reported on Tuesday that at least 60 civilians have lost their lives in fresh airstrikes carried out by the U.S. coalition in Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr Province.
According to Syria’s official news agency, Tuesday’s airstrikes destroyed homes in several Dayr al-Zawr districts and left dozens of people, mostly women and children, injured.
The air raids were carried out less than 48 hours after the bombardment by the U.S.-led jets of some areas in the Arab country, including a hospital in the city of Abu Kamal in the same province which claimed the lives of 6 civilians and injured 10 others.
Since September 2014, the U.S.-led coalition has been conducting airstrikes against what it claims to be ISIS positions inside Syria without any …