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Air Strikes Target Handarat Camp and its Vicinity in Aleppo

Published : 02-08-2016

Air Strikes Target Handarat Camp and its Vicinity in Aleppo

In the south of Syria near Aleppo, air strikes targeted different places of Handarat camp, coincided with violent clashes that broke out between the Syrian army alongside Alquds brigade and the armed opposition groups, where all heavy and medium weapons were used.

In Aleppo, the Regular Army took over Al-Kastelo Street – the only outlet for the militant factions in the east of Aleppo- after 2 weeks of violent clashes between the Armed Opposition and the Regular Army

It is mentioned that the camp is completely evacuated of residents, where they were forced to leave because of the violent clashes between the Regular Army and opposition about 1185 days ago, where the opposition controlled the camp, and prevent the return of residents, whilst the camp was exposed to frequent bombing and explosive barrels that destroyed about 80% of buildings in the camp.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3679

In the south of Syria near Aleppo, air strikes targeted different places of Handarat camp, coincided with violent clashes that broke out between the Syrian army alongside Alquds brigade and the armed opposition groups, where all heavy and medium weapons were used.

In Aleppo, the Regular Army took over Al-Kastelo Street – the only outlet for the militant factions in the east of Aleppo- after 2 weeks of violent clashes between the Armed Opposition and the Regular Army

It is mentioned that the camp is completely evacuated of residents, where they were forced to leave because of the violent clashes between the Regular Army and opposition about 1185 days ago, where the opposition controlled the camp, and prevent the return of residents, whilst the camp was exposed to frequent bombing and explosive barrels that destroyed about 80% of buildings in the camp.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3679