A powerful explosion rocked New Aleppo yesterday, resulting in the death of 19 civilians, including 6 Palestinians. The explosion was a result of a car bomb planted in the Syrian Government controlled Nile Street. Many of the causalities were women and children, with over two dozen being critical injured from the bombing. The culprits fled the scene of the crime; however, a source stated that they believe it was orchestrated by the Islamic Fromt.

Civiliana in west Aleppo remain without water, as the Islamic Front continues to obstruct restoration attempts. For many of the civilians in Aleppo, running water has become a scarce resource, along with electricity. Some areas in Aleppo have been without water for 75 days, while other neighborhoods have been without water and electricity for 60+ days. The province of Aleppo is notorious for high temperatures in the summer, with some days reaching 43 Degrees Celcius.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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