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Two women killed (one TV prsenter), other civilians injured in terrorist attacks against Damascus Countryside and Deir Ezzor

(SANA, 3 Nov. 2015) ~ Two civilians were killed (one a TV presenter) and others injured in terrorists’ mortar attacks against residential areas in Damascus countryside and Deir Ezzor.

Damascus Countryside

A Syrian Nour al-Sham TV and Damascus Radio Presenter Batoul Moukhles al-Warar was killed on Tuesday in a terrorist attack with a mortar shell on Harasta Suburb, Damascus Countryside.

A source at Damascus Radio told SANA reporter that al-Warar was killed when she left her home heading for her job at the Radio and  Nour al-Sham TV after she sustained shrapnel wounds.

Meanwhile, a source at Damascus Countryside Police Command told SANA that terrorists positioned in Eastern Ghota fired a mortar shell on Block B 4 in Harasta Suburb, killing a woman and injuring others, in addition to causing a material damage in the place.

In a statement to SANA, father of al-Warar, Presenter Moukhles al-Warar said that his daughter is one of the martyrs who were killed while defending Syria against the Takfiri organizations who are the enemies of the homeland.

He added that the late al-Warar was committed to the issues of the homeland, affirming that the martyrdom of his daughter will “enhance our steadfastness in the face of the Takfiri terrorism.”

Deir Ezzor

In the Eastern province of Deir Ezzor, a woman was killed  in terrorists’ mortar shell against al- Joura neighborhood in the eastern city of Deir Ezzor.

A source at the governorate police command tod SANA reporter that ISIS terrorists launched four mortar shells on al-Joura neighborhood in Deir Ezzor killing a woman and leaving private and public properties damaged.


Journalists Union: Journalists who wish to cover events in Syria must enter it legally

Chairman of the Syrian Journalists Union Elias Murad said that any Arab or foreign journalist who wishes to cover the events in Syria must abide by laws and regulations and enter Syria legally for the sake of their safety.

This came in two letters addressed to the Federation of Arab Journalists and the head of the Lebanese Editors Association sent on Monday in response to queries sent to the Union regarding the disappearance of some foreign journalists in Syria.

Murad explained that many of the journalists who entered Syria did so in cooperation with terrorists, and later their fate became unknown as they were either forcibly hidden or captured by terrorist organizations.

He said that Syrian authorities have no information about those who enter the country illegally, but when they receive information regarding journalists, they exert every possible effort to rescue them out of humanitarian considerations.

The Chairman stressed that when Arab or foreign journalists enter Syria legally, the Syrian government will be responsible for their fate, noting that the Federation of Arab Journalists has issued a circular to Arab journalists unions and a letter to the International Federation of Journalists requesting that those who wish to cover the events in Syria cooperate with the Syrian government and enter it legally.

Murad also noted that terrorists are holding several journalists captive, and these journalists’ fate remains unknown.

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