المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The factions advance and control the western part of Al-Assad Suburb, explosions and intense shelling at the outskirts of Aleppo city

Aleppo Province, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
The area of 1070-apartment and around the project 3000-apartments are witnessing violent clashes between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them against the rebel and Islamic Factions, the Islamic Turkestan Party and Fath al-Sham Front, accompanied by the sound of two violent explosions, one of them at least was caused by detonating the fourth booby trapped vehicle, preceded by heavy shelling by the factions on these areas which is still continuing, while violent clashes continued on the outskirts of Al-Assad Suburb and in the front which is stretching from Jam’eyyat al-Zahra’a west of Aleppo city to the southern outskirts of the city, between the rebel and Islamic factions, Fath al-Sham Front and the Islamic Turkestan Party against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them from Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities, where the factions managed to achieve further advancement and control the western part of al-Assad Suburb, the factions also had controlled a checkpoint of the regime forces in the carton plant area hours ago, and confirmed information about more human losses in the ranks of both parties as a result of the clashes, explosions and the aerial bombardment, and the clashes were accompanied by violent exchange of shelling between both parties, and targeting positions and vehicles of each party by the other party, which destroyed and damaged a vehicle and caused casualties, while the factions targeted places controlled by the regime forces in Ratyan village in the southern countryside of Aleppo, also the regime forces opened fire of heavy machineguns on areas at the town of Hayan in the northern countryside of Aleppo.

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