On October 26, unknown militants launched several improvised rocket-assisted munitions (IRAMs) at civilian buildings in the district of al-Nil in the northern part of the city of Aleppo in a clear violation of the Russian-Turkish deconfliction agreement, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).
“The attack resulted in the injury of one woman and caused material damage,” the SANA’s reporter in Aleppo said.
In another violation, the “Wa Harid al-Muminin” operations room announced that its snipers targeted two soldiers of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the district of al-Zahra in the northern part of Aleppo. The operation room, which was formed earlier this month, includes several radical groups such as al-Qaeda-affiliated Horas al-Din.
The Turkish military claimed that all heavy weapons had been withdrawn from the demilitarized zone, which covers the militants’ positions around Aleppo. However, the militants are still launching rockets from there.
The SAA and its allies will likely respond to these new violations in the upcoming few hours by shelling the militants’ positions north and west of Aleppo.