Violent clashes in Suleiman al-Halabi area and about 15 were killed and injured at the eastern and western neighborhoods of Aleppo

Aleppo Province, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
Clashes are taking place between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against the rebel and Islamic Factions ,in the vicinity of Aleppo Citadel in the Old City of Aleppo, amid exchange of shelling between both parties, while a person was killed and others were injured when the regime forces shelled areas in al-Sakhur neighborhood this morning in Aleppo city, while the regime forces launched one missile at least on area in Kallaseh neighborhood at Aleppo city, no information about injuries, in conjunction with violent clashes between the rebel and Islamic factions against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them in the area of Suleiman al-Halabi and the water plant that provides water to large areas of the eastern and western sections of Aleppo city, amid heavy shelling by the regime forces on the clash areas, and information about regime forces’ advancement in points of which the factions regained control of, while three persons at least were killed and about 12 others were injured when shells landed on areas at Suleiman al-Halabi neighborhood in Aleppo city, while warplanes bombed areas in Kafr Hamra town northwest of Aleppo city, also the regime forces shelled areas in neighborhoods of Sheikh Khodr and Sheikh Faris in Aleppo city, no information about casualties, while regime’s helicopters bombed areas in Bab Qinnasrin neighborhood in the Old City of Aleppo, no information about injuries, also warplanes bombed areas controlled by the “Islamic State” near the road of Aleppo – Khanasser in the southeastern countryside of Aleppo, also clashes took place between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against the “Islamic State” near the area of the road of Aleppo – Khanasser – Ithriyah in the southeastern countryside of Aleppo, and confirmed information about casualties in the ranks of the organization.

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