UNICEF reported about the shelling of two schools in Syria

In a statement, UNICEF Executive Director Anthony lake, which publishes the press service of the organization, stating that on Thursday, October 27, was attacked in the city Council and the Western part of Aleppo.

“Yesterday we thought that the attack on the school building, which killed dozens of students and teachers was the height of immorality, then today’s message is disgusting and offensive,” said lake.

The UNICEF representative called the killing of children “inhumane” and urged the world to condemn the attackers.

Lake did not specify exactly who attacked the school. Much of Western Aleppo controlled by the government army of Syria, while in the town of Duma near Damascus there are groups opponents of President Bashar al-Assad.

The Turkish Anadolu news Agency the afternoon of 27 October reported that the shelling of the Duma killed 9 people. The city was issued missiles “ground – ground”.

On the night of October 27, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) reported that the bombing had destroyed a school in the Syrian province of Idlib. The accident killed 22 children and six teachers. The French foreign Minister and White house spokesman stated that the incident to blame either the government army of Syria, or Russia.

In Moscow, the accusations are categorically denied and in the Ministry of defense with video footage from the scene called mounting.