Provinces, SANA – Terrorists fired rockets on the coastal Lattakia city on Thursday, leaving two civilians killed and a number of others injured.

A source at Lattakia Governorate told SANA that two rocket shells fell in vicinity of Ifta Department and near the building of Syrian Computer Society in the city, leaving two persons
dead and 13 injured.

The terrorist attack caused huge material damage to houses and the infrastructure in the areas where the shells hit, in addition to burning cars parked in the sites.

Civilian killed in Daraa 

Meanwhile, a civilian was killed and others were injured in terrorist rocket attacks that hit a number of residential neighborhoods in Daraa city, according to a source at Daraa Governorate.

The source told SANA that the attacks also caused material damage to a number of houses and public and private properties.

Terrorists fire 11 mortar shells on Jaramana city, injuring 3 civilians

In a relevant context, three civilians were injured as terrorists targeted Jaramana city in Damascus Countryside with mortars.

Sources at the Police Command told SANA that terrorists of “Jaish al-Islam” organization who are positioned in Ayn Tarma town fired 11 mortar shells on the city that hit in the neighborhoods of al-Jam’iyat, al-Furn and al-Khidr and the main street.

The attack left 3 people injured and caused material damage to 7 cars and a number of shops.

Yesterday, 12 civilians killed and scores of others were injured in terrorist shelling attacks on Damascus and Aleppo.

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