BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 P.M.) – The death from the terrorist attack that targeted the civilian buses in Al-Rashideen has risen to 70, local sources have reported.

Among the 70 dead were 39 children that were present on the bus before the terrorist attack rocked the entire area.

The buses had left the besieged towns of Al-Fou’aa and Kafraya on Saturday before making a brief stop in the Al-Rashideen area of Aleppo.

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No group has claimed responsibility for this terrorist attack yet; however, Faylaq Al-Sham did express their disapproval for this population exchange a few days ago.

 

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  1. Your Shiite brothers and sisters have not forgotten you here in Iran. You are in our hearts. Stay strong as you are. As you do so, the following clip is its result. Long live oppressed people of Al-Fou’aa and Kafraya. Long live oppressed people of Syria.

  2. Esta no es noticia para los medios occidentales, los llamados cascos blancos que piensan al respecto, los gobiernos de EE.UU. Francia, Inglaterra no dicen nada, todos ellos aprueban esta masacre de sus mercenarios.
    Donde está el pronunciamiento de Amnistía Internacional y la ONU, parecr que guarda silencio cómplice con respecto a esta matanza.