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Summary of armed clashes: mass casualties and death everywhere

According to the information of Inside Syria Media Center, within last 24 hours, 51 footages and armed clashes have been registered from the side of illegal armed formations in the provinces of Aleppo (24), Damascus (18), Latakia (2) and Hama (7), killing at least 16 people and wounding more than 40 others.

In the Aleppo province, terrorists of Free Syrian Army,  Ahrar al-Sham and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham have fired improvised MLRS, Hellfire missile systems, Gvozdika self-propelled artillery system, tube artillery, mortars and small arms against Azizi, Hananu Shimaliya, al-Khader, Bakirtaya, Maarata, and Shurfa inhabited areas, 1070 (twice), Hai al-Ansari, Ashrafiyah, Suleiman Khalabi (twice), 3000, Ramusi, Sheikh Maqsood quarters of the Aleppo city, SYRIATEL mobile communication station, TV tower and market in Hai al-Antari quarter, al-Assad military academy (twice), Kastello trade center (three times), storages of the cement plant, and positions of the government troops near 1070 quarter of the Aleppo city.

In the Damascus province Harasta and Haush Nasri and Kafr Batna inhabited areas, positions of the government troops near Bir al-Sabil, Duma and Jaubar (five times) inhabited areas, height 612, Ibn al-Walid hospital (twice), Agriculture Institute in Haush Harabu, farms in Bala al-Kadima (twice), farms in Kusair inhabited area and al-Wafidin camp near Mazraat Makhmud inhabited area have been shelled by Jaish al-Islam and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham.

In the Hama province Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorists have shelled against Makharda (twice), Maan, Kaukab (twice) inhabited areas, thermal power station in Makharda (three times), and a railway station in Kaukab (three times).

In the Latakia province Rasha inhabited area and positions of the government troops near Abu Ali Mountain were under the shell of Free Syrian Army and Ahrar al-Sham.

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