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Another massacre in Syria: 200 people killed2012-07-13 11:54
Forces loyal to President of Syria Bashar Assad have attacked the village of Tremseh in the province of Hama in the central part of the country, killing more than 200 people most of whom were civilians, the MIGnews reported. This information was announced by the representatives of the Syrian opposition.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the opposition, on Thursday, July 12, Tremseh was shelled by the artillery, helicopter and tank fire, after which guerrillas loyal to Bashar Assad entered the village and arranged massacre. Representatives of human rights organization Syrian Observatory of Human Rights estimate the death toll of about 100 people.
In total, according to opposition's statement, on Thursday, in Syria there were killed more than two hundred people, including 22 people in the city of Homs, the BBC reported.
The representative of the Revolutionary Council of Homs said in an interview with Reuters that almost all the killed in the village Tremseh were civilians.
At the same time, the state media claim that the massacre is the handiwork of "terrorist groups" that intend to increase tensions in the country in anticipation of discussing the situation in Syria in the UN Security Council.