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Syria: Several killed as fighting flares in Aleppo *GRAPHIC*01:50

Syria: Several killed as fighting flares in Aleppo *GRAPHIC*

Syrian Arab Republic, Aleppo
April 29, 2016 at 18:17 GMT +00:00 · Published

People were seen clearing rubble and carrying victims to a medical facility in Aleppo, on Friday, after the city was once again rocked by fierce fighting.

Opposition forces reportedly shelled a mosque in the government-held district of Bab al-Faraj, killing 15 people. Meanwhile, government air strikes reportedly struck an opposition-held area in the east of Aleppo, resulting in several fatalities.

Earlier on Friday, the Russian Ceasefire Coordination Centre in Syria announced that Russia, the US and the Syrian government had agreed on a temporary 'regime of silence' in Aleppo, starting from 00:00 local time on April 30, as well as in the northern parts of Latakia Province and Eastern Ghouta near Damascus. However, the 'regime of silence' in Aleppo has reportedly been revoked following the spike in violence there.

Syria: Several killed as fighting flares in Aleppo *GRAPHIC*01:50
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People were seen clearing rubble and carrying victims to a medical facility in Aleppo, on Friday, after the city was once again rocked by fierce fighting.

Opposition forces reportedly shelled a mosque in the government-held district of Bab al-Faraj, killing 15 people. Meanwhile, government air strikes reportedly struck an opposition-held area in the east of Aleppo, resulting in several fatalities.

Earlier on Friday, the Russian Ceasefire Coordination Centre in Syria announced that Russia, the US and the Syrian government had agreed on a temporary 'regime of silence' in Aleppo, starting from 00:00 local time on April 30, as well as in the northern parts of Latakia Province and Eastern Ghouta near Damascus. However, the 'regime of silence' in Aleppo has reportedly been revoked following the spike in violence there.