Civilian injured,material damage caused in terrorist shelling attacks on Aleppo and Hama countryside

Aleppo, Hama, SANA – Terrorist organizations targeted with shells al-Ramousa area in Aleppo city , causing material damage to properties.

SANA reporter in Aleppo said that the terrorist  organizations in the southwest of Aleppo city fired on Sunday rocket and mortar shells on al-Ramousa areas, causing material damage to public and private properties.

The reporter said that an army unit responded with appropriate weapons to the source of fire, destroying the terrorists’ mortar launching pads and inflicting heavy losses upon their ranks.

earlier, a civilian was injured in a terrorist shelling attack on the neighborhood of Halab al-Jadida in Aleppo Province.

SANA’s reporter in Aleppo said that after midnight, a rocket shell fired by terrorist organizations positioned in al-Rashidin area on the western outskirts of Aleppo City fell in the vicinity of the Water Center in Halab al-Jadida.

The reporter added that a civilian was injured in the attack as he was rushed to the hospital, in addition to causing material damage to the place where the shell fell.

The reporter indicated that army units immediately retaliated through targeting the areas from where the shell was fired with the suitable weapons, inflicting heavy losses upon terrorists.

In Hama, terrorist groups linked to Jabhat al-Nusra fired several rocket shells on the surrounding of al-Safsafiya and Khirbet Dames towns in Hama northern countryside in a new violation of the demilitarized zone agreement in Idleb.

SANA reporter in Hama said that the terrorist attack caused material damage only, adding that no civilian casualties were reported.

The army responded to the sources of rocket shells and inflicted heavy losses upon terrorists in personnel and equipment.


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