Provinces, SANA- 13 civilians were injured in terrorist attacks with rocket shells on residential neighborhoods in Aleppo city on Saturday.
A source at Aleppo Police Command said that terrorist groups fired a rocket shell on al-Midan neighborhood in Aleppo city, causing material damage, while in al-Khaldieh neighborhood, 10 civilians were injured and homes were damaged by a number of rocket shells fired by terrorists at the area.
The source went on to say that 3 people were injured and homes and infrastructure were damaged due to rocket shells fired by terrorists at Nile Street.
Later, SANA’s correspondent in Aleppo reported that a fire broke out in Demetrius Church in al-Sleimaniye neighborhood as a result of rocket shells fired by terrorists.
In Damascus Countryside, three civilians were injured including a child in terrorist attacks with rocket and mortar shells on residential areas fired by a terrorist group in a new breach of the cessation of hostilities.
A source at Damascus Countryside Police Command told SANA that terrorists fired rocket and mortar shells on al-Qtaifeh city in the north eastern countryside of Damascus, injuring a child and causing material damage to private and public properties.
Two other civilians were injured and houses and infrastructure suffered material damage when a number of rocket and mortar shells fell on al-Atmeh town in al-Qtaifeh area.
Later in the day, two people were killed and two others were injured by terrorists’ gunfire in the terrorists-besieged town of Kefraya in the northern countryside of Idleb province.
Local sources told SANA that terrorist groups located in the neighboring town of Broma opened fire on Kefraya, targeting the town with indiscriminate and arbitrary heavy machinegun fire, killing two and injuring two.
Terrorists spread in neighboring towns and villages have been imposing a siege on Kefraya for over two years, and they also having been targeting the town with rocket shells, mortar rounds, weaponized gas cylinders, sniping, and gunfire, claiming many civilians’ lives and injuring many more.
Qabas /H. Said/Manal