المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

9 days of blood shedding in Aleppo kill 253 person including 80 children and citizen women

It rose to 253 the number of civilian casualties whose death was documented by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights in the escalated bombing on the city of Aleppo for the sixth day in-a-row, and in the successive massacres carried out by warplanes and helicopters, missiles and homemade explosive cylinder, and the shelling by the regime forces on areas controlled factions in the city, since the dawn of the 22nd of April until the afternoon of the 30th of the same month, where the Syrian Observatory documented the death of 253 civilian citizens, including 49 persons under the age of 18, and 31 citizen women over the age of eighteen years, killed in airstrikes targeted areas controlled by factions in the eastern neighborhoods of the city, and in the shelling by the rebel and Islamic factions on regime forces’ controlled areas in the western neighborhoods of Aleppo.

Among the total documented number of casualties there are 145 persons, including 19 children and 14 citizen women killed in the airstrikes carried out by warplanes on areas in several neighborhoods of Aleppo, which also resulted in the destruction of tens of homes and buildings in the targeted neighborhoods, and injured tens of people, including children and citizen women.

Also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of 100 civilians, including 27 under the age of eighteen and 17 citizen women over the age of eighteen, they were killed when tens of shells, homemade rockets and explosive cylinders on places controlled by the regime forces in Aleppo, in addition to injuring tens of other people including citizen women and children and damaged propriety.

While 8 people -including 3 children- were killed in the bombing by the regime forces on areas in neighborhoods of Aleppo, in addition to injuring tens of other people including citizen women and children and damaged propriety.

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