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Both, Russia and the Assad regime, killed seventy civilians in western Aleppo last week

 

The civilian death toll, documented by Aleppo24, from the Russian and Assad regime airstrikes executed on western Aleppo last week increased to 70.

 

According to an Aleppo24 correspondent based in western Aleppo,  16 of them, including women and children, were killed on Sunday, November 27, in a series of violent airstrikes by both, Russia and the Assad regime, which targeted the local factions controlled town of Anjara in western Aleppo. Dozens of others were wounded, and several victims are still trapped under the rubble of collapsed buildings amid attempts by the Civil Defense teams to rescue them.

The airstrikes with parachute bombs, vacuum missiles and cluster bombs were also focused on other areas located in western Aleppo, which increased the number of civilian casualties in that region.

Aleppo24 documented the death of 14 civilians, including at least four children, in the airstrikes which were carried out against the town of Tuqad in western Aleppo on November 25. Several civilian buildings were also reduced to rubble during the airstrikes.

The aerial bombing that targeted the Plastic Factory in the town of Al-Mansourah killed more than nine civilians and caused a massive fire outbreak, as well as severe material damages.

 

img_6107Image shows the amount of destruction caused by Russian airstrikes on the town of Anjara on November 27

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Image shows the amount of destruction caused by Russian airstrikes on the town of Anjara on November 27

 

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Image shows the amount of destruction caused by Russian airstrikes on the town of Anjara on November 27

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Image shows the amount of destruction caused by Russian airstrikes on the town of Anjara on November 27

 

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