Nine civilians were killed in Raqqa city during their inspection of their house following the explosion of a mine that had been placed by terrorists inside the buildings they were holed up in.
Syrian Democratic Forces issued a statement on the twentieth of this month appealed to a civilian city of Raqqa not to return to the city because of the large number of mines left behind during the war in the city
The mines killed nine civilians yesterday morning when they returned to their home in the Bedouin neighborhood, which witnessed violent clashes between the Syrian Democratic forces and a terrorist during the liberation campaign.
The engineering teams of the Syrian Democratic Forces are working to dismantle and remove all the mines abandoned by the terrorists there.
However, this work will take sufficient time because of the large number of these mines and their various types which may also require the assistance of external organizations to remove them.
It is worth mentioning that the city of Raqqa was liberated on the twentieth of this month, but civilians can not return because of the different types of explosive materials planted by the terrorists there.