Provinces, SANA- Three civilians were killed and 11 others were wounded on Saturday in mortar shells fired by terrorists on al-Zablatani area and al-Qosour residential neighborhood in Damascus.

A source at Damascus Police Command told SANA that two mortar shells landed on al-Zablatani area killing 3 civilians and injuring 11 others.

The source added that another mortar shell fell at a house in al-Qosour neighborhood causing only material damage.

Al-Zablatani area is located near Jobar neighborhood and the Eastern Ghota where the terrorist Takfiri organizations spread, and they attack the secure neighborhoods with the rocket shells and mortar shells.

A citizen was also  killed and many others wounded in a terrorist attack with rocket shells on a number of villages in the northern countryside of the central province of Homs.

A source in Homs told SANA that terrorists positioned in Tal Dahab and Kafar Laha villages fired a number of rocket shells on Mariamin village, killing a civilian and injuring others.

The source added that terrorists in al-Hula also fired a number of rocket shells on the villages of al-Shiniyeh, al-Kabo, kurmos, between Homs and Hama Provinces, injuring a number of citizens and causing material damages to scores of houses and cars.

Last Wednesday, the terrorist takfiri organizations in at al-Hula area attacked Kurmos village with more than 15 mortar shells, killing a civilian and causing material damages to the houses.

In a relevant context, takfiri terrorists in al-Lajat area in Sweida fired 10 mortar shells on al-Soura al-Kabirah village, causing the injury of one civilian and his daughter, who were transported to the National Hospital of Swieda, a source at the Police Command in the southern province told SANA reporter.

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The source added that the army bombarded the site from which terrorists fired the shells, inflicting heavy losses upon their ranks.

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