Assad regime targets civilians Homs’ al-Waer
Orient Net - Special 2016-05-18 15:09:00
Assad terrorists wounded a number of civilians in the besieged al-Waer neighborhood - the last stronghold of the opposition in the city of Homs, Syrian activists told Orient Net.
The civilians were lined up in queues to get bread, which have been cut off from the besieged neighborhood for more than 2 months and a half.
Chief of Homs Media Center Osama Abo Zeid told Orient Net that Assad terrorists allowed the 100,000 civilians of the besieged neighborhood to receive only 200 bundles of bread after Assad regime has denied access to this basic material for more than 75 days.
Assad terrorists then targeted with live ammunition the families of the neighborhood whom had gathered at the bakery, Seven civilians were injured, including children.
The civilians were wounded just hours after the adoption of the final statement of the meeting for the international Syria Support Group in Vienna, including Iran and Russia.
The US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke on Tuesday about the facilitation of the flow of humanitarian aid to besieged areas through air dropping in Vienna meeting.
The spokesman for the United Nations Stephan Dujarric urged on Tuesday Assad regime to “allow” humanitarian aid to enter, stressing that the UN organizations could resort to air dropping the aid to the besieged areas of Syria, describing the process as “a last resort.”