News ID: 17220
Publish Date: 22 October 2013 - 15:53
Militants' mortar shells on Tuesday slammed into residential houses, claiming the lives of two people and injuring six others in Jaramana city in Damascus Countryside, Syria.
 A source at Damascus Countryside Police Command said that three mortar shells fell down in al-Bassel Street and al-Baladiyeh neighborhood, adding that the shells also caused material damage to citizens' properties, SANA reported.

Six injured in Homs by militants' rocket-propelled grenades

In Homs, six people got injured when militants fired rocket-propelled grenades on a number of neighborhoods in Homs and its countryside.

An official source said that four citizens got injured with the grenades near al-Berr Hospital in al-Waar neighborhood, as great damage was caused to the place.

Other two citizens got injured with a rocket-propelled grenade in al-Zahra neighborhood in Homs city, the source added.

Three other rocket-propelled grenades fired by militants fell down in Ein al-Dananeer village, causing material damage to the area, according to the source.

Citizens injured in terrorist mortar attack on Bab Touma, militants open fire on SARC team

On Monday, twelve citizens were injured evening when militants fired mortar shells at Bab Touma area in Damascus.

A source at the Police Command said that a mortar shell fell near Tallet Bab Touma café, causing wounds of medium severity to 12 citizens who were immediately rushed to hospitals, in addition to causing material damage to the area.

The source said that a second mortar shell fell near the Bab Touma arch, causing material damage to two cars.

Militants open fire on SARC team delivering food to Aleppo Central Prison

A team from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) was shot at by an armed rebel group while the team was delivering food to Aleppo Central Prison.

An official source said that the attack resulted in injuring one member of the team, which continued its work and carried out its task despite being shot at.
Tags: Jaramana ، Homs
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