Eleven killed in terrorist rocket attacks on Aleppo, Damascus and Homs

Provinces, SANA- Nine civilians were killed in a terrorist attack with rocket shells on al-Midan neighborhood in Aleppo city Monday.

A source in the police command told SANA reporter that terrorists in Bustan al-Basha fired rocket shells which fell on houses and properties of locals, killing nine civilians and injuring 38 others, some of them were severely injured and taken to al-Jamea’a and al-Razi hospitals.

Initial number of casualties were four killed and 9 injured civilians.

The terrorist attack also caused material damage to houses and private and public properties.

14 civilians including seven children and 33 others were injured when terrorists fired rocket shells on al-Midan and al-Saed neighborhood in Aleppo city on Sunday.

A civilian killed in Damascus

A civilian was killed in a terrorist attack with a mortar shell which was fired by terrorists on al-Zablatani area in Damascus.

A source in the police command said in a statement to SANA reporter that a shell fired by terrorists fell in the surrounding of al-Hal market in al-Zablatani area killing a civilian and causing material damage to a number of cars.

The source added that the shell was launched by terrorists from the so-called Jaish al-Islam who fortify in Joubar neighborhood on the outskirts of Eastern Ghouta.
Six civilians were injured in mortar terrorist attacks on al-Tijara, al-Qusour and al-Qeimariya neighborhoods in Damascus last Friday.

A child Killed in Homs 

Meanwhile, a child was killed in a terrorist attack with rocket shells that hit al-Muhajreen and al-Abasiyah neighborhoods in Homs.

A police source told SANA that two rocket shells, launched by terrorists, fell on a bus station and near the clinic of al-Abasiyah neighborhood in Homs, killing a child and injuring 5 persons.


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