The death toll from bombings targeting the evacuated people from the besieged Syrian cities, had risen to 126, as reported on Sunday, the monitoring group.
According to the Syrian Observatory for human rights, on Saturday an explosion rocked a convoy of buses. The explosion hit the bus with people leaving the city under the rebel regime. At least 109 of those killed were evacuated from the Pro-regime Shiite villages of al-Fua and Kara, and the others were aid workers and rebels who were guarding the convoy, according to the Syrian Observatory. At least 68 children were among those killed in the attack on Saturday.
The convoy of buses transported thousands of people from the two withholding regimes villages in North-Western Syria, state media reports. At the same time, people evacuated from the two rebel-held cities in the South-West of Syria in accordance with the so-called Agreement on the four cities.
The video, shown on state television showed the charred bus, parked on the roadside. People got off the bus, inspecting the damage and bodies lying on the roadway.
Evacuees were sent to sensitive parts of Aleppo. The state news Agency Syrian Arab Airlines announced that the convoy moves on, and the first buses arrived at the end of the Sabbath in Aleppo. The buses in the area Jebrin - time residential centre with food and medicine, according to SANA. No group has claimed responsibility.
Director of the Syrian Observatory for human rights Rami Abdul Rahman said he did not believe that the attack is the Syrian regime. The Syrian Observatory for human rights reported that the convoy, leaving from al-Fua and Kafra, it was 5 thousand people.
In a press statement, the Secretary-General of the UN stated: "the Evacuation was conducted in accordance with the Agreement of the four cities." "We urge the parties to ensure the safety of persons awaiting evacuation. Those who are responsible for today's attack must be brought to justice."
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