The regime forces are accused of using gases in its helicopters’ bombing at the northern countryside of Aleppo and continuous clashes near the city • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime forces are accused of using gases in its helicopters’ bombing at the northern countryside of Aleppo and continuous clashes near the city

Aleppo Province, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
Clashes are taking place between the rebel factions against the “Islamic State” in and around al-Thaheriyyeh village in the southern countryside of Jarabulus, amid advancement by the factions and confirmed information about their control of the village, while warplanes targeted areas in the Orem al-Kubra town and its outskirts in the western countryside of Aleppo, while clashes continue between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them of Syrian, Arab and Asian nationalities against the rebel and Islamic Factions, Fath al-Sham Front and the Islamic Turkestan Party in several areas south and southwest of Aleppo city, where the clashes between both parties were focused at the areas of Ramouseh and faculties south of Aleppo city, amid shelling by the regime forces and warplanes on the clash areas, while warplanes targeted places in Shamico area at the international highway of Aleppo – Damascus in the southwestern countryside of Aleppo, while the factions targeted areas in the town of al-Zahra -which is inhabited by Shiite citizens- in the northern countryside of Aleppo, while the regime forces, warplanes and helicopter violently shelled areas in the town of Hayan in the northern countryside of Aleppo, the regime forces also shelled areas in the town Bayanoun in the northern countryside of Aleppo, amid clashes between the factions against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them near the area, while several people were injured in al-Qabr al-Englizi area and the town of Kafr Hamra in the northwestern countryside of Aleppo, by regime’s helicopters bombing of on these areas, and intersecting sources confirmed that people suffered from suffocation, and the activists in the area accused the regime forces of using chlorine gas in the bombing.