​​​​​​​UN: death toll in Syria exceeds 306,000

United Nations Human Rights Office said today, that more than 306,000 people have been killed in Syria during the conflict since March 2011, as the highest estimate so far.

United Nations Human Rights Office announced today, that 306,887 people have been killed in Syria during the conflict since March 2011, in what it said was the highest estimate so far.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said this analysis would give "a clearer sense of the intensity and scale of the conflict".

The toll included those killed as a result of the war, not those who died from lack of health care or access to food or clean water.

Syrian crisis continues without a solution because the intervening countries are searching for their interests at the expense of the interests of the Syrians.

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ANHA


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