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One person was killed another was injured in terrorists’ attacks at al-Sheikh Maqssoud, and Suleiman Halabi neighborhoods in Aleppo city Saturday.

A source at Aleppo Police Command added that one person was killed and another was injured by terrorists’ sniper fires at the outskirts of al-Sheikh Maqssoud neighborhood.

Terrorists, positioned in Bustan Basha neighborhood, also fired a rocket shell at citizens houses in Suleiman Halabi neighborhood injuring a woman who was hospitalized, the source added.

Deir Ezzor

3 children were killed and 12 other people were injured Saturday in ten ISIS terrorists’ mortar and rocket shells against al-Joura and al-Qosour neighborhoods in Deir Ezzor.

The attacks fired from al-Haweiqa neighborhood,  also, caused material damage to citizens’ properties, the source added.



Six civilians were killed on Saturday and several others were injured in three terrorist explosions in Salamyieh area in the eastern countryside of Hama.

A Source at Hama Governorate said that a suicide bomber blew himself up with a car bomb on Saturday at about 06:00 a.m., 1 km away from the eastern entrance of Salamyieh City in Hama countryside.

The source added that two civilians were killed and 4 others sustained serious injuries.

The terrorist attack also caused a material damage to the place and the hole at the site of the explosion proves that the car was a lorry and it was carrying about a ton of explosive materials.

Later, the source said that a suicide bomber blew himself up with a motorcycle bomb at the entrance of al-Tayba village in the eastern countryside of Salamyieh, killing 4 civilians and injuring others.

The source added that a civilian was injured too in a terrorist bombing with an explosive device on the road of Salamyieh-Khneifes.


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