Death toll from terrorist attacks on Aleppo rises to 12, with over 200 injured

Aleppo/Daraa, SANA – The death toll from the terrorist attacks on neighborhoods in Aleppo city rose to 12 people, in addition to more than 200 others injured, including a photographer from al-Alam TV channel, SANA reporter said.

According to earlier information provided by a source at Aleppo Police Command , 5 people were killed and 46 others were injured as the terrorist organizations launched attacks on the neighborhoods of Halap al-Jadideh, al-Mogambo, al-Masharqeh and al-Furqan, where shells hit the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

Rocket shells and explosive bullets were used in the attacks, which were launched by terrorists positioned in the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city and others in the province’s western countryside.

SANA reporter quoted the source as saying that a girl child was among the dead, and that the attacks caused material damage to public and private properties.

A medical source at al-Jamiaa (University) Hospital told the reporter that the hospital received a person suffering suffocation due to an attack on Menian, to the west of Aleppo city, in which the terrorists used poisonous gases.

Meanwhile, Mohammd Joulaq, a photographer formal-Alam TV channel, sustained slight injuries while covering the military operations carried out by the army against terrorist groups on the southwestern outskirts of Aleppo city.

Terrorist mortar attack on Izraa city in Daraa causes material damage

Terrorist organizations affiliated to Jabhat al-Nusra targeted with mortar shells the city of Izraa in the northeastern countryside of Daraa province.

A source at Daraa Police Command told SANA reporter that the attack caused material damage to the locals’ houses and public properties but left no human casualties.

M. al-Frieh/H. Said

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