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Syrian army bombs ‘safe zones’ killing civilians: At least four people have been killed in Syrian government bombardment on two areas included in “de-escalation zones”, as the Syrian army seized rebel-held areas near the border with Jordan.

Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a UK-based monitoring group, said on Thursday that a man was killed early in the day in air strikes on Tal Dahab village near Al-Houla town in central Syria.

“De-escalation zones” were announced in May by opposition backer Turkey and regime allies Iran and Russia after talks in Kazakhstan.

Abbas Abu Osama, a resident of the town of Al-Houla, told AFP news agency that six strikes hit his hometown by Thursday afternoon.

“We have our first casualty, killed in an air strike in Tal Dahab” near Al-Houla, he said.

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Syrian army bombs ‘safe zones’ killing civilians: At least four people have been killed in Syrian government bombardment on two areas included in “de-escalation zones”, as the Syrian army seized rebel-held areas near the border with Jordan.Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a UK-based monitoring group, said on Thursday that a man was killed early in the day in air strikes on Tal Dahab village near Al-Houla town in central Syria.”De-escalation zones” were announced in May by opposition backer Turkey and regime allies Iran and Russia after talks in Kazakhstan.Abbas Abu Osama, a resident of the town of Al-Houla, told AFP news agency that six strikes hit his hometown by Thursday afternoon.”We have our first casualty, killed in an air strike in Tal Dahab” near Al-Houla, he said.Syrian army bombs ‘safe zones’ killing civilians: At least four people have been killed in Syrian government bombardment on two areas included in “de-escalation zones”, as the Syrian army seized rebel-held areas near the border with Jordan.Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a UK-based monitoring group, said on Th