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Syria Civil Defence reported airstrikes in the provinces of Idlib, Aleppo, Homs and Rural Damascus. Surface-to-surface missiles were launched in Aleppo. Artillery bombardment and heavy machine gun fire were reported in Quneitra. The airstrikes in Homs were carried out with unguided bombs and suspected to be barrel bombs.
Twelve civilians were killed in the attacks on Aleppo around 12:30. Several neighbourhoods in Aleppo city were targeted including Bab Al Hadeed, Salaheddine and Al Mashhad.
The aftermath of attacks on Bab Al Hadeed (Source: Syria Civil Defence)
The aftermath of attacks on Mashhad (Source: Syria Civil Defence)
An airstrike took place at 12:00 on Monday in the eastern countryside of the province of Hama. Five rocket artillery shells hit Kafr Nabuda in the northern countryside at 13:00 along with one airstrike at 14:00. One airstrike and seven rocket artillery hit Kafr Zeita, also in ther northern countryside. The attacks resulted in no casualties
10 rocket artillery hit the town of Talbiseh around 19:00 on Monday. Three children were killed and many other civilians were injured including children and infants according to Syria Civil Defence. Earlier in the day, artillery bombardment also injured many civilians.
An airstrike with thermobaric missiles also hit the town of Al Se’n Al Aswad on Monday, with no casualties reported.
Four civilians were killed and many civilians were injured, including a Syria Civil Defence volunteer, in airstrikes after midnight on Sfouhen, Idlib. The attacks were by barrel bombs and Russian-made conventional weapons according to Syria Civil Defence.
Three airstrikes also took place after midnight in Jisr El Shughour, resulting in no casualties. Airstrikes were also confirmed in Saraqeb at 14:00.
Three women were killed, a mother and two daughters, and six civilians were injured, including three children, in bombardment in Qalaat Al Madiq in Hama. Attacks on the town between 16:00 and 16:30 included rocket artillery and artillery bombardment according to Syria Civil Defence.
Artillery bombardment at 16:30 also killed one woman and injured another three civilians in Al Shari’a.
Attacks with barrel bombs, sea mines, and rocket artillery were also reported in the towns of Qastoun, Al Zyara, Tal Waset, Al Mansoura, Kafr Nabuda, Al Janaba and Al Ankawi.
Syria Civil Defence reports two barrel bombs striking Tulul Al Humur, Homs at 09:30, resulting in no casualties. The barrel bombs were dropped by Regime Air Forces.
Another two airstrikes also struck the town at 12:45 resulting in no casualties. Syria Civil Defence suspects that the Russian Airforce was responsible for the attack due to a recording made by one of their teams.
Seven rounds of artillery bombardment hit the villages of Qastoun and Tal Waset at 13:00 on Sunday according to Syria Civil Defence. There were no casualties. The source of the attack was confirmed as regime forced.
Artillery bombardment also took place on Monday at 09:30 in the morning in the villages of Shahshabo. Villages in the eastern countryside also faced artillery bombardment at 11:00 on Monday morning, resulting in no casualties.
Syria Civil Defence reports airstrikes and artillery and rocket fire at 12:00 on Sunday in Hama. Two civilians were killed and five were injured. The villages targeted were in the eastern countryside – Arafa, Qasr Ali, Al Hazm, and Rabda.
The Syria Civil Defence reported twelve airstrikes from the Syrian Regime on civilian areas and the road between the southern sector and the Eastern Ghouta at 16:20. The SCD responded and there were many injuries among civilians, no fatalities reported. .
Fourteen airstrikes took place around 10:50 Thursday morning in the town of Deir Al Asafir in Eastern Ghouta. 31 civilians were killed and dozens of others were injured. A school, a medical centre and a civil defence centre were targeted in the attack. The Syria Civil Defence Centre in the southern sector of Eastern Ghouta was completely destroyed in the attack along with its fuel depot.
Syria Civil Defence named Mohammad Akram Al Ghourani was killed when his ambulance was hit by one of the airstrikes. He was evacuating two injured victims from an earlier attack.
Syria Civil Defence reports that the death toll may still rise as there are critically injured patients being treated in various hospitals in the area.
The names of the victims:
Mohammad Waleed Al Ghorani (Syria Civil Defence Volunteer)
Bashir Ayash (Member of the Civil Police force)
Mahmoud Al Mari (Member of the Civil Police force)
Wife of Mohammad Othman [name unconfirmed]
Omar Mohammad Othman (Child)
Amin Mohammad Othman (Child)
Ikhlas Mohammad Othman (Child)
Youssef Khattab (Child)
Mohammad Yehya Malak (Child)
Omar Riad Khattab (Child)
Noureddine Othman (Child)
Mohammad Al Khateeb (Child)
Mouamna Al Khateeb (Child)
Kholoud Al Mohammad (Child)
Abdelrahman Al Khaled (Child)
Om Omar Al Lababidi
Mohammad Al Hussein
Khadijah Al Masri
Aisha Al Khaled
Samer Al Mahmoud
Maysoun Al Mahmoud
The wife of Yehya Malak [name unconfirmed]
A woman from the Al Akedah family [name unconfirmed]
Video of the aftermath of the attack:
The destruction of the Syria Civil Defence Centre in Deir Al Asafir:
The funeral of fallen Civil Defence volunteer Mohammad Akram Al Ghourani: