Rebles attacked Syria's Aleppo

Added On July 9, 2016

At least 30 people were killed and 140 others wounded on Friday when rebel mortar shells struck districts in Syria's northern city of Aleppo.
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Reports said the shells landed on residential areas in government-controlled parts of western Aleppo.
Pro-government websites and news TVs released footage of Friday's rebel attack on Aleppo, which came as a truce declared by the government unilaterally is to end after midnight Friday.
Government troops are very close to cutting off the Castello road, the only supply route connecting the rebel-held areas in the northern countryside of Aleppo province and the eastern part of Aleppo city.
Aleppo, located near the borders with Turkey, is Syria's largest city and once an economic hub. It has been a focal point of clashes between the Syrian army and the rebels.