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Rockets hit eastern Aleppo, dozens of casualties: activists
Rockets struck two eastern districts of Aleppo city on Friday, destroying houses and burying families in their homes, activists in the city said.
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BEIRUT—Rockets struck two eastern districts of Aleppo city on Friday, destroying houses and burying families in their homes, activists in the city said. One activist said a rocket fell in Ard al-Hamra neighbourhood, causing widespread destruction. “There are families buried under the rubble,” he said by Skype after visiting the scene. “Nothing can describe it, it’s a horrible sight.” More to come.
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