#AceNewsReport – Apr.05: After Wednesday’s #terrorist mortar attacks that caused material damage to properties in al-Mazraa neighborhood in Damascus with a number #killed and injured in the previous two days as militants step up their attacks on the cities
Material damage due to terrorist mortar attack in Damascus source at Damascus Police Command told SANA that the terrorist groups positioned in the Eastern Ghouta area in Damascus Countryside fired on Wednesday morning a mortar shell which landed on the roof of a house behind Al-Iman Mosque in al-Mazraa neighborhood, causing material damage to the house as a fire broke out in a fuel tank there, but the attack caused no injuries or casualties.
On Tuesday, one woman was #killed and 17 persons were injured including 3 children due to terrorist attacks with more than 20 mortar shells on residential neighborhoods in Damascus and Jaramana town in Damascus Countryside.
On the Monday six persons injured in terrorist mortar attack on residential neighbourhoods in Damascus city.
A source at Damascus Police Command told SANA that the terrorists targeted the area surrounding Umayyad Square with four mortar shells, injuring four persons.
The source added that two other mortar shells, fired by the terrorists on al-Mezzeh 86 neighborhood, caused material damage to public and private properties, and no injuries or casualties were registered.
Earlier, terrorist groups positioned in the Eastern Ghouta targeted al-Qeimariyeh neighborhood in the Old City of Damascus with 3 shells, injuring two persons and causing material damage to citizens’ properties.
Shaza / Hazem Sabbagh contributed to this report from Syria…
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