Terrorists Shells Refugee Camp in Aleppo, Kills 6
Shelling by armed groups on the Aleppo University campus Wednesday claimed the lives of at least six civilians and injured many others.
A number of mortar shells and other self-propelled rounds fired by militants landed near the campus, which houses both students and refugees.
According to Aleppo Police Command, all of the victims were either students or members of displaced families and locals.
Many of the wounded are children with grave facial injuries.
Earlier on Wednesday, three women and one man were injured by reactive munitions shelling from armed groups in the neighborhoods of al-Hamadaniyeh and New Aleppo.
The attacks, apart from inflicting heavy civilian casualties, have reportedly inflicted significant damage to buildings and other properties.
Armed groups have been shelling residential areas of Western Aleppo almost on a daily basis since the Syrian Army with the support of allies surrounded Al-Nusra Front terrorists and allied militants in Eastern Aleppo.
The surrounded gunmen are preventing civilians from exiting the war zone through humanitarian corridors provided by the Russian and Syrian military.