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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Airstrikes accompany the clashes in the northern countryside of Aleppo between Jaysh al-Thowwar against the “Islamic State”

Aleppo Province, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
It rose to 5 -including 3 children most of them from one family- the number of people killed in the shelling that targeted areas in al-Dandaniyyah village in the countryside of Manbij, the information are still conflicted about who launched the shells, where the people of the village accused the Turkish forces of shelling the village, while other sources said that the “Islamic State” organization targeted the village by several shells which resulted in the death of the five civilians (including the three children) and injured others, also a woman and two children from the same family were killed when helicopters dropped barrel bombs on areas in al-Salhin neighborhood in Aleppo city, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, while warplanes believed to be belong to the international coalition bombed sites of the “Islamic State” in the northern countryside of Aleppo, during the clashes that are still taking place between the members of the organization against the fighters of Jaysh al-Thowwar which fights under the Syria Democratic Forces in the areas of Herbel and Om Hosh, no information about casualties yet, after clashes that took place in the vicinity Ihres area, also a man was killed when explosive bullets fell on Hamdaniya area which is controlled by the regime forces in Aleppo city, a man also was killed when shell fell on al-Yalni area in the countryside of al-Bab during the clashes between the “Islamic state” and fighters of Syria Democratic Forces’ factions, while clashes continue between Jaysh al-Thowwar and others brigades that support it against the “Islamic State” in the vicinity of the villages of Herbel, Om Hosh and Tal Qrah in the northern countryside of Aleppo, amid exchange of bombing, and confirmed information about casualties in their ranks.

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