Assad shelling kills civilian in Aleppo province’s Kafr Hamra

| 27.09,18. 02:08 PM |



Assad shelling kills civilian in Aleppo province’s Kafr Hamra



One civilian was killed on Tuesday (Sept 25) and other civilians were injured after Assad militiamen shelled the town of Kafr Hamra in Aleppo northern countryside, Orient News correspondent said. 

Mohammad Noor Ali Dawalibi, a local goalkeeper, was killed by the Assad rocket shelling after the residential area was attacked.

Significant damage was caused in civilians’ houses and a motorbike, according to pictures published on social media.

Aleppo countryside, Idlib and Hama northern countryside are de-escalation zones, according to a deal reached by the Syria guarantor states; Russian, Turkey and Iranian regime.


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