Aleppo/Hama, SANA -The death toll from terrorist attacks with rocket shells on residential neighborhoods in Aleppo city on Saturday has risen to 17 civilians, SANA reporter in Aleppo said.
Earlier, a source at Aleppo Police Command told SANA reporter that terrorist groups fired several rocket shells on al-Midan, al-Faid, al-Hamadaniyeh, al-Ramousa, Saif al-Dawla, and al-Sleimaniye neighborhoods in Aleppo city on Saturday, leaving 17 civilians dead and injuring 124 others.
The source clarified that five of the dead were killed in attacks in al-Midan neighborhood, which also left 35 others injured.
The death toll in al-Faid neighborhood reached 4, in addition to 10 injured people.
Another rocket shell that fell in al-Hamadaniyeh neighborhood left 5 civilians dead and 71 others injured.
The rocket attacks on al-Ramouseh and Saif al-Dawla neighborhoods left two civilians killed and two others injured, causing material damage too.
Later, SANA’s correspondent said that one woman was killed and 6 others were injured in terrorist rocket attacks on al-Sleimaniye neighborhood in the city.
Terrorist shelling attacks in Aleppo city on Friday killed two children and injured 27 other people as they targeted the neighborhoods of al-Hamadaniyeh, Saif al-Dawleh and al-Midan.
In Hama province, terrorist groups fired rocket shells at residential areas in the town of al-Sqailibiye in the province’s northwestern countryside.
A source at Hama Police Command told SANA that terrorists located in al-Zawiye mountain area fired on Saturday 6 rocket shells at al-Sqailibiye town which is located 48 km northwest of Hama city near Idleb’s southern countryside.
The source said the shells landed in the surroundings of the National Hospital in the town, causing significant material damage.
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