Hama – A landmine left by terrorist outfits in the Hama region of Syria went off and critically wounded six rural farmers.
Syrian News Agency SANA reported that six farmers were injured in the landmine explosion left behind by terrorist organizations in the vicinity of al-Zara village in Hama’s southern countryside.
“A landmine left behind by terrorist organizations went off when a pick-up carrying farmers in the vicinity of al-Zara village, injuring six civilians,” a source in Hama Police Command told SANA.
Landmine explosions in various parts of Syria have killed 66 people, including two women and 29 children, since 2022.
Source: Iran Press