Damascus, SANA -A mother and her two daughters were killed and four other civilians were injured on Sunday due to a terrorist attack with rocket shells in Sa’sa town in Damascus Countryside.

A source at the Police Command told SANA reporter that terrorists fired three shells which landed in Sa’sa town, causing the death of Lina al-Joujo, 30 years old, and her two daughters: Ranim, 4, and Tasnim,7.

Four civilians were also injured in the attack and huge material damage was reported.

Meanwhile, terrorist attacks were carried out in Moadamiet al-Sham, Harasta suburb and Daff al-Shouk in Damascus Countryside, causing material damage but no human casualties.

According to the Police Command, terrorists detonated an explosive device which they had earlier attached to a car in the eastern neighborhood of Moadamiet al-Sham town, causing material damage only.

In the residential Harasta suburb, four mortar shells fired by terrorists landed in separate areas, damaging a number of houses, shops and cars.

Another mortar shell fell in al-Sharbaji quarter in Daff al-Shouk neighborhood in Babbila area, causing material damage to the citizens’ properties.

Damascus

Three civilians, including a child, were injured on Sunday in a terrorist attack with a mortar shell that targeted al-Tadamoun residential neighborhood in Damascus city.

A source at Damascus Police Command told SANA that a mortar shell fired by terrorists landed on Nisreen Street in the neighborhood, with a 13-year-old child and two citizens sustaining wounds of varying severity.

The source added that the attack also caused material damage to a number of shops and cars.

Al-Tadamoun neighborhood is located to the southwest of the terrorist-besieged Yarmouk Camp neighborhood where takfiri terrorist organizations use the residents as human shields and attack the surrounding neighborhoods with mortar shells.

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Aleppo

Meanwhile in Aleppo, three civilians were injured due to terrorist attacks with rocket shells on al-Zahraa and al-A’zamia neighborhoods in the city.

A source at the Police Command said that one shell landed in al-Zahraa neighborhood, causing the injury of three civilians and material damage to several houses in the area.

The source added that another shell fell in al-A’zamia neighborhood, causing material damage to nearby shops and cars.

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