Update-Four civilians martyred, many injured in terrorist attacks with shells in Damascus, its Countryside and Daraa

Provinces, SANA- Two civilians were martyred and another was injured in shelling attacks targeting various residential areas in Damascus and its countryside by terrorist organizations positioned in Eastern Ghouta in Damascus Countryside.

A source at Damascus Police Command told SANA that a rocket shell fired by terrorists on Monday fell on al-Kabbas neighborhood on the outskirts of al-Dwail’a area as two civilians were martyred and material damage was caused.

The source added that the terrorists also fired two shells on al-Tahrir square, causing material damage to properties, while a shell fell on the surroundings of al-Abassiyeen Square without causing any damage.

A source at Damascus Countryside Police Command said that Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists fired five shells on Jaramana city, injuring one civilian and causing material damage.

Meanwhile, two civilians were killed and four others injured in a terrorist attack with three shells on residential buildings in the surroundings of al-Basheer mosque near Yarmouk camp to the south of Damascus.


Terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra  fired shells on residential neighborhood in Daraa city.

SANA’s reporter in Daraa mentioned that terrorists positioned in the neighborhood of Daraa al-Balad targeted with several shells properties in the safe neighborhoods of the city, causing material damage.


A sound bomb planted by terrorists in the western neighborhood of Qamishli exploded on Monday causing only material damage to the site without leaving any human casualties.

SANA reporter said that terrorists detonated a sound bomb after planting it in the western neighborhood in Qamishli city, causing only material damage to the site and the citizen’s properties, but no human casualties were reported.


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