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Most Notable Violations in September 2017

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Most Notable Violations in September 2017

SNHR has released eight reports at the start of October 2017, documenting the most notable violations that were perpetrated by the seven parties to the conflict in Syria in September 2017 – civilian death toll, deaths due to torture, toll of arbitrary arrests, most notable violations against media activists, most notable violations against medical and civil defense personnel and their respective facilities, barrel bombs use, most notable massacres, and most notable incidents of attack on vital civilian facilities. These reports tried to measure the impact the escalation agreements, such as Anqara and Astana in addition to the local agreements, had, and their success in ceasing violations.
 
These reports draw upon the daily documentation efforts during September, where SNHR, through its scattered members throughout the Syrian region, monitors violations by the parties to the conflict, and publishes most notable news, before releasing a preliminary death toll at the end of each day. For more information, please see our documentation and archiving methodology.
 

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