In the Syrian city of Aleppo during the attack killed 11 children. At least 15 people were killed when a bomb exploded in one of the districts of Aleppo, announced the Syrian Observatory for human rights.
4 women and 11 children were killed in the town of Bab al-Nayrab.
According to another source said that 13 people were killed, 4 of them children, in the area of Bab al-Nayrab. Amnesty International claims that bombs are a common tactic of the Syrian regime. Strikes occur despite the signing of the agreement on a cease-fire.
The group also reported that 8 people were killed Thursday, including two children, when insurgents fired a mortar district in the Western part of Aleppo. Activists posted videos of the attacks, but its authenticity is questionable.
Video allegedly filmed in the rebel-held area in the South of Aleppo rescuers help survivors in search of the missing. Residents digging through the debris looking for loved ones. Men and women have dead children, weeping and wailing. In one video, a man sits outside his home, weeping. "Don't step on them," he says, referring to the members of his family. "I lost five children, o God."
Another video allegedly shows a chaotic scene at the hospital as women, men and children desperately looking for their loved ones.
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