Russia, Assad Committed Largest Breach of Human Rights Following Ceasefire Collapse: Monitor

A Syrian human rights monitor has documented the biggest breaches of human rights carried out by government and Russian forces in the districts of eastern Aleppo after 25 days since the end of the truce which failed a week after going into effect.

According to a report released on Sunday October 16 by the UK-based Syrian Network for Human Rights, Russian and Assad forces have killed 361 civilians, including 96 children and 55 women, since the collapse of the ceasefire on September 18.

The network recorded Russian forces carrying out 13 massacres and 22 acts of aggression against civilian centers, while government forces were responsible for three massacres, and four acts of aggression against civilian centers.

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