Six Killed by Landmines, Rockets in Hassakeh, Aleppo

Women and children among the victims of a series of incidents which claimed the lives of six people in the northern provinces

A woman was killed and three people were injured when a landmine planted by Islamic State militants exploded in the countryside of Hassakeh province.

A source at the Hassakah Police Command told SANA on Monday that a landmine exploded in al-Nofaliyeh village southwest of Hassakah city, killing one woman and injuring two youths and a woman.

Later, the source reported that terrorists detonated a “sound bomb” near Kendi Park in the center of Qamishli city, injuring one person.

On Sunday, two children were injured when a landmine and a bomb exploded in al-Homar al-Sharqiyeh village and Al-Shaddadah city in Hassakeh province.

Meanwhile, local sources told SANA that five people were killed in a terrorist rocket and mortar attack on Sheikh Maqsoud neighborhood in Aleppo city.

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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