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Five persons killed, several injured in terrorist attacks in different cities

Provinces, Twenty mortar shells were fired by terrorist organizations on the towns of Hadar and Khan Arnaba in the countryside of Quneitra and on al-Baath neighborhood in the city of Quneitra.

A medical source in the province said that the death toll from the terrorist attacks rose to three persons.

Earlier, SANA reporter said a woman and her husband were killed and 6 others were injured, including a child, in the attacks, which caused massive damage to citizens' houses and other properties.

Meanwhile, two persons, including a child, were injured in dozens of rocket shells fired by Jabhat al-Nusra on the besieged al-Fouaa town in Idleb countryside.

Civil sources said that the terrorist organizations positioned in the villages of To'oum and al-Sawaghiyieh on Thursday morning fired more than 30 rocket shells on al-Fouaa town, injuring a man and a child and causing material damage to the citizens' houses and properties.

Meanwhile, Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists targeted neighborhoods in Daraa city with rocket shells .

SANA reporter in the southern province said the shells landed in the neighborhoods of al-Sahari, al-Dahia, al-Matar and shamal al-Khat, leaving a child injured in the latter.

The attacks cause huge material damage to public and private properties, including causing fires to erupt in several houses.

Two persons were also killed and 6 others were injured in a terrorist attack with shells on al-Hamdania area in Aleppo city.

A source at Aleppo Police Command told SANA that the terrorist groups, positioned in al-Rashiden neighborhood on the southwest outskirts of Aleppo city, targeted the 3000 Apartments Project in al-Hamdania with 10 rocket shells, killing two persons and injuring 6 others a child among them.

The source added that the attack also caused material damage to citizens' houses and the infrastructure.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency