المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Air strikes target a school in a town in the western countryside of Aleppo, in the fourth consecutive day of returning the shelling on the province

Aleppo Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: in the fourth consecutive day of returning the warplanes to carry out their raids which target the countryside of Aleppo province, the warplanes renewed their raids this morning targeting areas in Batabu town which is located in Atarib town in the western countryside of Aleppo, which hasn’t witnessed raids for months, and cross-sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the strikes which were carried out this dawn the 27th of September 2017, targeted a school which caused great destruction in it, and no information about casualties was reported yet, while a hospital in Darat Izza stopped working because of announcement that it became out of service as a result of the shelling on Darat Izza town in the western countryside of Aleppo, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published 3 days ago that Russian warplanes and others affiliated to the regime are flying over the countryside of Aleppo and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the warplanes carried out airstrikes on areas in Kafr Hamra town in northwest of Aleppo city, and other areas in Kafr Aleppo village in the southwestern countryside of Aleppo,  and the warplanes also targeted areas in Shawihna area, and places in the vicinity of al-Atareb areas in the western countryside of Aleppo, and the warplanes also targeted within the past 24 hours areas in the villages in the southern countryside of Aleppo, including Tal al-Daman, al-Hajeb, Maizliya and Ramla. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the airstrikes on the village of Kafr Aleppo left several people injured and there is information about at least 1 killed in these airstrikes, and this is considered the first airstrikes to target the western and southern countryside of Aleppo since the beginning of April 2017.

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