As reported by Reuters, citing the head of the civil defence forces in the opposition-controlled Eastern Aleppo Ammar al-Selma, on the morning of September 24, aircraft of the Syrian army again attacked the city. The head of the Syrian monitoring centre for human rights Rami Abdulrahman called the RAID “intense and prolonged”.
The results of the attack are not reported. Al-Selma argues that the victims of the raids have become more than 100 people. Syrian monitoring centre cites a figure of 47 victims.
Meanwhile, the UN children’s Fund UNICEF indicates that by the end of Friday’s raids had damaged a water station, resulting in about two million people were left without water, informs Bi-bi-si. The organization believes that the current situation threatens the outbreak of communicable diseases as the local residents will have to use dirty water from wells.
Air strikes on Aleppo began on Thursday, after the Syrian army announced the start of the operation to free fighters from Eastern districts of the city. According to the Iranian Fars news Agency, during the offensive of the government army managed to break through the group “Jaish al-Fatah” in the direction of the old part of Aleppo. Sources Fars indicate that air strikes on militant positions carry the aircraft to the Russian air force.