المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Intense airstrikes target the eastern and northeastern countryside of Aleppo killing more than 20 civilians

Aleppo Province:

The warplanes carried out more than 7 raids on areas in al-Bab city in the eastern countryside of Aleppo and on other areas in the eastern and northeastern countryside of Aleppo which are controlled by IS, the raids targeted the villages of Tadef, al-shammawiyyeh, Qebbasin, al-Sekkariyyeh, al-Kayyariyyeh and al-Ma’amoriyyeh which killed a man in al-Bab city and injured 3 others, also 2 men died in al-Kayyariyyeh village and others were injured besides about 10 wounded and missing under rubble in the village.
The warplanes carried out raids on areas in the city of Menbej in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo which killed 3 citizens and caused injuries, the warplanes also carried out raids on areas in the village of al-Khafseh in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo killing 2 women from one family and causing injuries.
The rebel battalion launched several shells on areas in the towns of Nebbul and al-Zahra’a which are inhabited by Shiite citizens and besieged by the rebel and Islamic factions and Jabhat Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda in Levant), no information about casualties.
Sporadic clashes are taking place between the rebel and Islamic factions and Jabhat Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda in Levant) against NDF and local gunmen loyal the regime forces in the vicinity of Nebbul and al-Zahra’a towns which are inhabited by Shiite citizens and besieged by the rebel and Islamic factions and Jabhat Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda in Levant), coincided with shelling by NDF on areas in Hayyan town in the northern countryside of Aleppo no information about casualties.
A man was shot and killed on the Syrian – Turkish borders, the activists accused the Turkish border guards of shooting and killing the man while he was trying to cross the borders to the Turkish lands with his wife and their two children.

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