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More than 300,000 people have been killed in the decade of the Syrian conflict, the United Nations says

(CNN)Syriakilled more than 300,000 civilians in 10 years rice field. According to the United Nations, the number of conflict-related deaths in the civil warthat began in 2011.

This figure is based on aextensive report released by the United Nations Human Rights Council, with 9 women and 18 children daily for the decade to 2021. Represents the deaths of 83 civilians, including.

"The number of conflict-related casualties in the report represents an individual person, not just a set of abstract numbers," said Michelle Bachelet, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

"The effects of the killings of each of these 306,887 civilians would have had a serious impact on the families and communities to which they belonged."

The report cites the deaths of 143,350 civilians individually documented by various sources, along with detailed information such as the names, dates and places of death of the dead.

The UN report does not include those whose families killed in the war did not notify the authorities. It also does not include the deaths of soldiers or fighters, but the number is believed to be tens of thousands of.

'Direct consequences of the war'

The Syrian Civil Warwas peaceful against the country's President Bashar in the Arab Spring 2011. It started as a typical uprising. Al Assad.

The event escalated rapidly, destroying millions of lives, destroying cities, burdening world politics, and spurring diplomatic efforts that were constantly questioned. rice field.

According to experts, the conflict in Syria was not only one of the bloodiest in the world, but also one of the most complex.

Bashletsays that the death of 306,887 civilians represents "a phenomenal 1.5% of the total population", which is serious about "not respecting the parties to the conflict". International humanitarian law norms regarding the protection of civilians who have stated that they are causing concern.

"This analysis will also give a clearer sense of the seriousness and scale of the conflict," Bachelet said.

"To be clear, these are the people who were killed as a direct result of the war operation. They include medical care, food, clean water and other important human rights. These are still evaluated. Not done. "