Damascus/Aleppo, SANA-Two civilians were killed, one of them a child, and 23 others were injured in a terrorist attack by rocket shells on neighborhoods in Aleppo.
A source at the Police Command told SANA that a number of shells landed near al-Ma’moun School in al-Jamiliya neighborhood, killing a child and injuring seven civilians.
Another shells landed near the Electricity Company in the same neighborhood, causing only material damage.
The source added that many other shells fell in the area surrounding the local market in al-Midan neighborhood, claiming the life of a young man and injuring sixteen others.
Injured civilians were admitted to al-Razi and University hospitals for treatment.
12 civilians injured in rocket attacks against residential areas in Damascus
12 civilians were injured in rocket attacks against residential areas in Damascus.
A police source told SANA that two mortar shells fell in the vicinity of al-Madfa’ Square in Abu Remmaneh neighborhood, injuring 12 civilians who were rushed to the Italian and al-Mowassat hospitals.
The attack caused material damage in the area.
According to the source, a shell hit the building of the American School while another one landed near the Saudi embassy in the same area, causing material damage only.
A shell fell in Haret Taiba Street in al-Amara neighborhood which is close to the Grand Umayyad Mosque, causing material damage.
Today’s attacks come one day after deadly attacks with rocket shells and mortars that terrorists fired from Eastern Ghouta on the residential areas in Damascus. 6 civilians were killed and scores others injured.
14 civilians injured in terrorist rocket attacks on Damascus Countryside
14 civilians were injured on Friday due to terrorist attacks by rocket shells on Jaramana, Harasta suburb and al-Wafideen Camp in Damascus Countryside.
A police source said that four shells fired by terrorists landed in the area surrounding the main square in Jaramana city, causing the injury of 14 civilians.
Four shells also landed in B4 Island in Harasta suburb north of Damascus, resulting in material damage to a number of houses and cars.
The source confirmed that two shells fell on the outskirts of al-Wafideen camp, causing only material damage.