It rose to 34 persons -including two fighters- the number of civilian casualties who were killed yesterday
In Aleppo Province 25 civilians were killed, including 2 fighters from the rebel and Islamic Factions, they were killed in shelling and clashes against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, and 23 persons including a child and a citizen woman and 8 unidentified men killed in a massacre carried out by warplanes when they targeted areas in the village of Ouijel in the western countryside of Aleppo.
In Homs Province, 4 citizens were killed, they are: a man was killed in bombing by warplane on Rastan farms, and a man was killed bombing by warplanes on areas at the town of Ghernata, and a girl died affected by injuries she had when warplanes bombed places in Tell Dahab area, and a young man died affected by injuries he had the day before yesterday when the “Islamic State” detonated a booby trapped vehicle targeting a site of Jaysh al-Asha’er west Rokban camp in the area, and near a medical point of Jaysh al-Asha’er.
In Daraa Province, a citizen from town of Abtaa was killed in shelling by the regime forces on areas of the town.
In Al-Raqqah Province, a man was killed by a mine explosion near the town of Jerniyyeh in the northern countryside of Al-Raqqah.
In Rif Dimashq Province, a man died affected by injuries he had in bombing at areas in the city of Arbin days ago.
In Hama Province, a person was killed in bombing by warplanes on areas in the town of Al-Lataminah.
In Idlib Province, a media activist was killed during clashes between the rebel and Islamic Factions against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them in the southern countryside of Aleppo.
And a man was killed in bombing by warplanes believed to belong to the International Coalition at Tunirah village near the town of Jerniyyeh in the countryside of Al-Raqqah.
And it rose to at least 50 persons, including 18 children at least including a 17 years old married woman in addition to 8 females, the number of people killed during the past 24 hour in shelling by regime forces and bombing by warplanes on places at the neighborhoods of Marjah, Al-Qaterji, al-Sekkary, Bab al-Nasr, Karm al-Nuzha, al-Mashhad, Sheikh Faris, Masaken Hanano and Qatana area in the old city of Aleppo in the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city, including 21 casualties in Al-Qaterji neighborhood, including 9 children and 7 women were killed in a massacre carried out by warplanes targeting the neighborhood .
Also 32 fighters from the rebel and Islamic Factions were killed in shelling and clashes against the regime forces and the militiamen loyal to them in Maardis and Alexandria and the northern countryside of Hama.
Also 2 members of the “Islamic State” from Palmyra area were killed in clashes in the northern countryside of Aleppo and in bombing by warplanes at the countryside Deir Ezzor.
And 10 fighters from the rebel and Islamic factions (unidentified until this moment) were killed in bombing by warplane and helicopters on their areas, and in ambushes and clashes against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them and booby trapped vehicles and bombing on several areas.
And at least 16 members of NDF and the gunmen loyal to the regime forces of Syrian nationality were killed in clashes and checkpoints targeting and detonating explosive devices in their vehicles in several cities, towns and villages of Syria.
And at least 18 member of the regime forces were killed in clashes against the “Islamic state”, Jabhat Al-Nusra, the rebel and Islamic factions and centers, checkpoints and vehicles targeting, rocket shells and improvised explosive devices in the provinces of:
Aleppo 2 – Homs 3 – Hama 9 – Deir Ezzor 2 – Damascus and Rif Dimashq 2
And at least 20 fighters of the “Islamic State” and Islamic factions of non-Syrian nationalities were killed in clashes and bombing by warplanes and helicopters on their areas.
Also 2 members at least of the gunmen loyal to the regime of Arab and Asian nationalities of Shiite community were killed during the clashes against Fath al-Sham Front and the rebel and Islamic factions.