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Russian shelling kills and injures 20 civilians in western Aleppo; Autonomous Administration agrees to reopen unlicensed parties' offices

Editing: Hasan Borhan |
TranslationEditor: Farah Nassif |
Translation: Glory Jabr

Field and local news:

On Friday night, Russian warplanes shelled a city and a village in western Aleppo, Northern Syria., killing and injuring 20 civilians.

On Friday, the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) prevented all the military factions and Islamic battalions in the governorate of Aleppo, Northern Syria, from receiving fighters of the Nur al-Din al-Zenki Movement of the National Liberation Front, after seizing all the cities, towns and villages.

On Friday, the Education Directorate in the governorate of Idlib, Northern Syria, demanded the suspension of the schools’ work in case the security situation requires that, amid ongoing clashes between the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and the HTS in the region.

On Friday, a fire broke out in a shop in western Aleppo, Northern Syria, injuring two civilians.

On Friday, unknown persons assassinated former FSA commanders near the village of Kharab al-Shahem in the governorate of Daraa, Southern Syria.

The al-Fahad forces, which are separated from the Rijal al-Karamah Movement in the governorate of al-Suwayda, forced the Syrian government to release a young man after arresting him to be enlisted in military service.

Sixty percent of forcibly displaced people's tents drowned in the al-Sadd camp near the town of al-Arishah in southern al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria, due to rainfalls and rising water levels in the Jaghjagh and Khabur Rivers.

Residents in the Syrian Democratic Forces-controlled town of al-Basira, 33 kilometers east of Deir al-Zor, Eastern Syria, found three bodies of unknown persons.

The Kurdish Autonomous Administration agreed to reopen the offices of the unlicensed parties, most notably the Kurdish National Council, in its controlled part in Northeastern Syria, and to release the political detainees in its prisons.