At least seven people were injured on Monday in terrorist shelling on the Mezzeh area in the Syrian capital of Damascus.
A local police source said that militants located in the Douma area fired rocket shells and explosive rounds at the neighborhoods of Al-Sheykh Saad and Mezzeh 86.
Meanwhile in Damascus Countryside, nine people were injured due to a mortar attack by Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) on Al-Wafideen Camp.
Terrorist groups positioned in the Eastern Ghouta fired six mortar shells on the area surrounding the local bakery and bus station, a local police source said.
Four people, including a child, were killed and six others were injured on Monday in shelling by terror groups on the Hamdaniya and Salaheddin neighborhoods in Aleppo city.
A police source told SANA that terrorist groups located in the eastern neighborhoods of the city and its western outskirts fired a number of rocket shells on Hamdaniya, killing a girl, in addition to causing material damage to homes and infrastructure.
Terrorists detonated an explosive device near Qamishli National Hospital in Hassakeh province on Monday, causing material damage to the hospital and public property, a source at Hassakeh Police Command told SANA.
The source said that no casualties were reported.
Last month, a suicide bomber blew himself up in the Safiyeh village on the Hassakeh-Qamishli road, killing and injuring scores of people.
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