28 people were killed in clashes between protesters and police that took place in several Syrian cities on Friday, citing the militant Syrian human rights, Zaytuna Razan the Western media reported on Saturday.
Zaytuna says, the outcome was the heaviest recorded in the city of Idleb, where police killed 16 demonstrators.
Friday, July 1, Syria experienced its largest demonstration since the start of the protest on March 15, with 500,000 people gathered in Hama (center).
Since March 15, the Syrian regime is facing an unprecedented popular protest against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. According to human rights organizations of human rights, more than 1,350 civilians have been killed since the protests began. Damascus blames on “terrorist groups” supported by “external forces”.