Provinces, SANA – The death toll from the terrorist rocket attacks in Aleppo city rose 14 civilians, including three children.
The Health Department of Aleppo told SANA that the attacks, which took place earlier today, also left around 60 others injured, most of them are children and women.
Some of the injured are in critical condition, the Department’s director Mohammad Hazouri said.
Police reports earlier said rockets fired by terrorists positioned in Bani Zain neighborhood fell in the safe residential neighborhoods of al-Ashrafiyeh, al-Midan, al-Khaldiyeh, al-Sabil, al-Serian and al-Jaberiyeh.
The previous death toll was 12, according to the Police. Material damage was also caused to many houses, shops and cars.
Saudi-backed Takfiri terrorists, particularly those affiliated to the so-called “Badr Martyrs Brigade”, take from Bani Zaid neighborhood as a base from which they launch daily attacks on other neighborhoods.
A similar attack took place two days ago, in which 7 civilians were killed as rockets hit the central park of the city.
In Damascus, 11 civilians were injured after terrorists launched mortar rounds on al-Dweila residential neighborhood in Damascus.
A source at the Police Command told SANA reporter that three shells hit the area, causing the injury of 11 civilians and huge material damage to the properties in the targeted area.
Terrorist groups also fired 4 mortar shells on al-Sayida Zeinab area, causing material damage only.