Two citizens killed in terrorist attacks on Damascus and Aleppo
Damascus, Aleppo, 25/12/2014 – A woman was killed in a terrorist mortar attack on Harasta residential suburb in Damascus Countryside.
A source in the Police Command told SANA that terrorists fired a mortar round which fell in the middle of a street in Harasta residential suburb, claiming the life of a woman who died immediately.
The source added that the attack caused material damage to several shops and a number of cars in the site.
One citizen killed, three wounded in a terrorist attack in Aleppo
Meanwhile, a citizen was killed and three others were wounded in a terrorist attack with mortars on al-Syrian and al-Zouhour neighborhoods in Aleppo.
A source in Aleppo told SANA that terrorists launched a number of mortar and rocket shells on al-Syrian and al-Zouhour neighborhoods, killing a citizen and wounding three others.
Two children and a man injured in a terrorist attack in Damascus
Two children and a man were injured Thursday in a terrorist attack with mortars on Eish al-Warwar and Barzeh neighborhoods in Damascus.
A police source told SANA that two mortar shells, fired by terrorists, on Barzeh and Eish al-Warwar residential neighborhoods in Damascus, injured two children and a young man, causing material damages to the houses and parked cars too.
Earlier, terrorist mortar attacks on Harasta suburb and al-Wafideen Camp in Damascus left material damage only, according to a Police Command source.
The source told SANA reporter that terrorists fired five mortar shells on Harasta district, north of Damascus, which fell in separate areas, causing material damage to a number of houses, shops and cars.
In the same context, terrorists targeted al-Majd area in al-Wafideen Camp neighborhood with two mortar shells that caused material damage where they landed.
The source confirmed to the reporter that no one was hurt in the two attacks.
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