المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime warplanes kill a women and her children in Mare’, violent clashes erupt in north of Aleppo and more bodies recovered in the neighborhood of al- Ferdos

 

Aleppo Province: Clashes are taking place between the regime forces, baked by NDF and allied militiamen, against Jabhat al- Nusra Front and the Islamic battalions around the two towns of Nobbol and al- Zahraa inhabited by Shia, coincided with shelling by the battalions on the two towns. The clashes between IS militants against the rebel and Islamic battalions renewed around the town of Soran I’zaz in north of Aleppo that IS could seize it yesterday and near the two areas of Om al- Qora and Om al- Hosh, amid bringing reinforcement by Jabhat al- Nusra and the other factions, information reported casualties on both sides.

 

The helicopters dropped barrel bombs on al- Hrabah area near the neighborhood of al- Marjah causing material damages. The also dropped barrel bombs on the neighborhood of al- Holloh, al- Sekkari, al- Nayrab and al- Shrafiyyi causing material damages and leading to wound 4 people, including 3 children, in al- Nayrab. The number of civilians who were killed due to shelling targeted the regime- held neighborhood of al- A’zamiyyi and around Aleppo City Hall has risen to 14, including 6 children and 2 women. The warplanes struck place in the city of of Mare’ leading to kill a man, a woman and 4 of her children while other people were wounded. The number of people who were killed due to dropping barrel bombs on the neighborhood of al- Ferdos in the city of Aleppo has risen to 24 at least, including 4 children and 3 women. The death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation. The search continues for survivors under the rubble or for bodies to recover.

 

 

Damages caused by dropping a barrel bomb on the neighborhood of al- Nayrab in the city of Aleppo.

 

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