LONDON - The truce in and around Aleppo is over. The air strikes resumed in rebel territory outside the northern Syrian city, a day after the government army who had been completely under control thanks to its allies. That the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights announced Friday.
The last rebels from the eastern districts on Thursday for places in the Idlib region placed where opponents of President Assad service still belong. According to they do not feel defeated war London-based monitor, the witness of Aleppo shelling going forward.
A rebel group Friday fired ten shells at al-Hamdaniya, a district in the southwest. It took six people died, including two children. Syrian state television said at least three deaths.