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Four civilians were killed when terrorist groups fired rocket and mortar shells on a number of residential neighborhoods in Aleppo city and Aleppo countryside.

Aleppo Police Command stated that a little boy, a little girl, and two women were killed and 10 others were injured due to rocket shells fired by terrorists on al-Midan neighborhood.

The source added that the shells also caused the collapse of a house and damaged a number of houses and cars in the neighborhood.

Earlier, the source said terrorist groups fired a rocket shell on al-Jamilia neighborhood in Aleppo city, injuring four citizens and causing material damage to private and public properties.

Terrorist groups had also targeted the residential neighborhoods in Jam’yiat al-Zahraa, al-Ramousa, al-Assad Suburb, and Karam al-Jabal in Aleppo city, causing massive material damage to private and public properties.

The source added that the terrorist groups also fired rocket shells on the residential neighborhoods in Nubbul and al-Zahraa towns in the northern countryside of Aleppo, causing material damage to citizens’ possessions.

On Friday, the General Command of the Army and Armed Forces announced that the truce in Aleppo city which does not involve ISIS, Jabaht al-Nusra and other terrorist groups listed on the international terrorism list will be extended for 48 hours as of 1 a.m. on Saturday May 7th, 2016.



In Idleb province, one citizen was killed and at least 2 others were injured on Sunday due to rocket shells fired by the terrorists from “Jaish al-Fateh” on al-Fouaa town to the north of Idleb city.

Local sources said that terrorists targeted with 7 rocket shells on the besieged town of al-Fouaa.

The sources added that the shells landed in different areas in the town, claiming the life of a 17-years-old boy, injuring 2 others, and destroying a house.

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