Syrian activists and state media say at least 49 civilians, among them 5 children, have been killed on Saturday in Syria’s contested Aleppo province as rebels and government forces traded indiscriminate fire across the region. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group says Sunday that government airstrikes and shelling on opposition areas in the provincial capital, Aleppo city, and surrounding countryside killed 40 civilians.

A bomb blast at a border crossing between Syria’s opposition-held Idlib province and Turkey killed at least 10 Syrian rebel fighters on Sunday, activists said, as a wave of airstrikes pounded the region and fighting raged in the contested northern city of Aleppo.


Syria war: The more realistic number is close to more than 180 civilians killed in two days!!

More than 90 people were killed on Friday, while 83 had been recorded dead by Saturday night.

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