More than 20 killed in Syria by US airstrike

The aerial bombardment by the coalition have left dozens of women and children killed in recent weeks. | Photo: Aamaq News Agency

More than 20 people were killed and dozens injured Monday, after several attacks air international coalition led by United States (U.S.), in the area of to the Bukamal, in the East of the Syrian region of Deir ez-Zor, reported SANA Agency.
The first airstrike was carried out overnight on Monday and left around 16 dead. The victims include children and women and Iraqi refugees.
Seven other people (two women and one child) died also Monday when the international coalition fighters fired 12 missiles at the building of the Faculty of agriculture and a number of houses in the village of Husseiniya, on the Western camp of Deir Ezzor.
In another offensive, carried out during the day, was attacked a village under rebel in the Northwest of the country, where a woman and nine children were killed.
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According to a Syrian NGO operating in London, 1.226 civilians have died in coalition airstrikes since September of 2014 when it began its air intervention in Syria.
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