Al-Assad regime’s Sniper killed two youths on the alleged humanitarian crossings of Aleppo

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 30 July, 2016
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ElDorar AlShamia:

Military sources confirmed to the correspondent of ElDorar that the al-Assad forces killed two young men in the city of Aleppo, while they were trying to cross from the alleged humanitarian crossings announced by the al-Assad regime in Aleppo.
The sources said that a young man was shot dead by a sniper in the orchard groves of “Bustan al-Qaser” district, while he was trying to access to areas of the Assad regime-held, and rescue teams are still trying to pull his body from the area.
Another young man in the “Salaheddin” neighborhood was killed for the same reasons and in the same way as well, where he tried to cross the rebel-held  areas towards the al-Assad's forces’ zones, but was shot and  killed by a medium machine gun.
The civilians had been warned by the rebels not to attempt to cross into the regime  areas, to ensure the safety of  them, stressing that the border crossings, which declared by the ragime to be open is just fake ones and the regime did not allow anyone to pass through .
It is noteworthy that the al-Assad regime announced today in a statement that  the al-Assad's forces and the Red Crescent teams has furnished three humanitarian crossings, allow citizens to cross from the eastern regions, which are exposed at the same time for the daily bombing with barrel bombs  and thermobaric and cluster rockets.

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