In Aleppo over the past 3 days have killed 84 people, according to the Syrian military. During the last attack were also injured 280 people in the Western part of Aleppo.
Syrian rebels have stepped up attacks in Western part of Aleppo, to try to break the blockade of the opposition mode. The military said that insurgents fired more than 100 mortars and launched 50 rockets. They also accused rebels of using chlorine gas in civilian areas, saying that there were 48 cases of breathing difficulties. Human rights activists who have long condemned the non-selective attack of the regime say that nothing justifies the rebel attacks on the civilian population.
"The aim of breaking the siege on East Aleppo does not give the armed opposition groups, the license to flout international humanitarian law in the bombing of civilian areas," said Samah Hadid from Amnesty International. "Armed opposition groups have shown a shocking disregard for civilian life. The video shows that they used inaccurate explosive weapons, including mortars and rockets, the use of which in the vicinity of densely populated civilian areas violates international humanitarian law."
UN special envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, said he was shocked by the number of missiles launched indiscriminately by armed opposition groups on civilian areas.
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