SANA: Air Force of the so-called “international coalition” headed by the United States once again strike residential districts in the province and city of Raqqa, killing and injuring dozens of civilians.
Local sources report that 20 people were killed by “coalition” airstrikes in al-Msheirfeh area in the north of Raqqa province. There are also people injured, houses were damaged.
11:54 RIA Novosti: 10724 people, including 4015 children, left the militant-controlled districts of Aleppo, Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria informed on Friday.
12:43 RIA Novosti: Militants in eastern Aleppo prevent civilians from leaving the city and detain them by force, Reuters reports citing UN. Approximately 100 thousand residents remain trapped in the militant-controlled zone in eastern Aleppo.
Earlier Associate Spokesperson for UN Secretary-General Farhan Haq claimed that up to 40 thousand people fled from eastern districts of Syrian Aleppo during the operation for liberation the city of terrorists.
12:44 RIA Novosti: Russia is cooperating with all countries of the region, including Turkey, that have influence on the situation in Aleppo. Perhaps this will be more fruitful that negotiations with USA, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov supposes.
14:40 RIA Novosti: 52 neighborhoods in eastern Aleppo have been liberated from militants, Syrian army controlls 93% of the city, the head of the Chief Operative Directorate of Russian General Staff Sergey Rudskoy informed during his briefing.
14:44 RIA Novosti: The residents of Aleppo that managed to escape the terrorists claim that “moderate opposition” tortures and executes people. Russia is documenting all of these crimes, the head of the Chief Operative Directorate of Russian General Staff Sergey Rudskoy informed during his briefing.
14:46 RIA Novosti: A total of over one thousand militants voluntarily left Aleppo, 953 of them were amnestied, investigation is underway in regarding others, the head of the Chief Operative Directorate of Russian General Staff Sergey Rudskoy informed during his briefing.
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