(Photos & Video) 40,000 people have been killed in Syria's uprising
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(Photos & Video) 40,000 people have been killed in Syria's uprising

Damascus : Syria | Dec 13, 2012 at 10:39 AM PST
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Over 37,000 Have Died In Syria's Civil War

Syrian conflict resulted in so far killed more than 40,000 civilians in almost two years and threatens the stability of the Middle East.

The newspaper "New York Times" American "administration officials revealed that the armed forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad fired rockets in recent days," the rebels Scud ", for the first time."

This is a serious issue


The production also fell pharmaceutical factories, which once covered more than 90 percent of the country's needs of medicines to third, according to Elizabeth Hoff, WHO Representative in Syria.

Many of which have also been destroyed or damaged by the fighting - and in some cases were directly targeted by the opposition.

The fighting has destroyed partially or fully half of the public hospitals in the country's 88 hospitals,
And 23 of them became not working at all. Of the 1,919 health centers, displays 186 hub for damage, and became 106 of them unfit for work.

Another official revealed that "the number of rockets fired so far six" and the targets were areas under the control of the "Free Syrian Army", President faction of the rebel groups.

It was not yet known how many injuries resulting from the use of Soviet-made missiles made famous in the first Gulf War era

In the last hours of the day and was reported earlier in an explosion in the southern city of Katana Damascus.

The blast killed 16 people and wounded at least 25 others, including women and children also


Where a car bomb exploded on Thursday, 13 December / southwest of Damascus,
Killing 8 people the majority of whom are women and children.

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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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