Pro-Assad militiamen shell al-Nairab camp in Aleppo
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Pro-Assad militiamen shell al-Nairab camp in Aleppo

Orient Net
Date: 2019-05-15 11:25
Assad militia shelled the al-Nairab refugee camp on Wednesday (May 15) south of Aleppo, killing and injuring many civilians, local media and witnesses reported.

The Assad regime media claimed that "terrorist organizations" were behind shelling the camp, while some residents said the source of the shelling was from the nearby Assad militia positions.

Other sources reported other shells came from from al-Quds-affiliated Iranian militias' position in the southern countryside of Aleppo.

The Free Syrian Army has not claimed responsibility for any attack on the civilian populated areas in Aleppo countryside. 

Assad regime shells targeted al-Mansoura, Khan al-Assal and Kfar Da'il in Aleppo western countryside in the 24 hours, killing 3 civilians and injuring 7 others.

Aleppo countryside is within the meant-to-be a de-escalation zone in the north of Syria reached between Russia and Turkey last September.  

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