A civilian was wounded in a mine explosion in the Sufi Jane area of Shoshme village in Nusoud on 10 December, and he reportedly may have lost his right leg, local sources told the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN).

Osman Rostamzadeh, a resident of the Shoshame village of Paveh, is married and has three children.

In recent years, landmine explosions have increased dramatically in the pathways of shepherds, border couriers (known as Kolbar), and civilians. It is said that the agents of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRCG) are carrying out mining activities.

Additionally, Ashkan Fatahi, a Kolbar, also lost his leg in the same village a while ago.