Four Palestinians were killed Saturday, two of them of dehydration and lack of medical care in Yarmouk refugee camp to the south of Damascus.
The Working Group for Palestinians in Syria said in a statement that both Ahmed Saleh al-Abtah,62, and Soad Hasan Falion,50, died as a result of dehydration and lack of medical care in Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp.
The group added that Mohammed Fo’ad al-Sheikh was shot by a sniper while picking grass from orchards in Zein neighborhood, Southern of Yarmouk camp. The Palestinian Naief Abu Dhais, from al-Nayrab refugee camp, died of injuries sustained in clashes near the Central Prison of Aleppo.
Deraa refugee camp is exposed to continuous bombards with no injuries reported, the group pointed out, while several injuries reported in al-Wafideen refugee camp due to bombarding it with barrel bombs.
At least 1,500 Palestinians have been killed in the ongoing Syria conflict, and around 250,000 Palestinian refugees have been forced to leave their homes in Syria due to violence in the country.
Prior to the conflict, 600,000 Palestinian refugees lived in Syria.