76,000 Killed in Syrian Conflict in 2014, Half Civilians

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Friday, 02 January 2015


Human Rights groups announced that 76,021 people were killed in Syria's insurgencies during 2014.

A total of 33,278 of the victims were civilians, making almost half of the total casualties. The conflict started in 2011 with protests which quickly grew into armed insurgency against the legal government of Damascus, RT reported.

According to the UN statistics, the total number of casualties since the beginning of the conflict is over 190,000.

Also millions have been displaced inside and outside of the country.

The crisis could be solved through dialogue between the government and protestors, but interferences of certain western countries and their regional allies pushed the country towards a four-year-long civil war.

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