المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More than 30 barrels and raid target Aleppo and heavy shelling on its neighborhoods

Aleppo Province:
It rose to about 30 the number of raids carried out by warplanes and the number of barrel bombs dropped by helicopters on areas in several neighborhoods in Aleppo, which resulted in the death of 10 citizens at least including a child, and also caused injuries, while a child and five persons were injured in the airstrikes which targeted areas in Sheikh Maqsood neighborhood controlled by YPG in Aleppo, also the shelling resulted in material damage and destruction in the property of citizens, while a shell launched by the factions landed on area in Seif al-Dawla neighborhood in Aleppo, which injured 2 persons, and information about the death of a citizen woman, also the neighborhoods of al-Sabil, Masaken al-Sabil, Ashrafieh Khalidiya, Nile Street, Andalos Street, the local market and the area around Teshreen kindergarten in Aleppo were shelled intensively by factions, which injured several people, and confirmed information about at least three casualties.

 

The destruction caused by raids carried out by warplanes on areas in the neighborhood of Tariq al-Bab in Aleppo which resulted in the death of 10 civilians, including a child and injured several others.

https://www.facebook.com/syriahro/posts/10154219655253115

 

The destruction caused by the aerial bombardment on Sheikh Maqsood neighborhood controlled by YPG in Aleppo, which injured at least six people including a child, in addition to the destruction of property.

https://www.facebook.com/syriahro/posts/10154220367593115

 

 

A video shows the destruction caused by the aerial bombardment on Sheikh Maqsood neighborhood controlled by YPG in Aleppo, which injured at least six people including a child, in addition to the destruction of property.

https://www.facebook.com/syriahro/videos/10154220383928115

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