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Clashes between rebels and Syrian army renewed in Jober neighborhood

2017/09/15 | 03:25

(Iraq Now News)- Syrian rebels.

Rif Dimashq (Syria News) Violent clashes broke out between the rebels and Syrian army forces, on Thursday, in the vicinity of Jobar neighborhood, Qasioun News reported.

The Syrian army forces carried out heavy artillery shelling on the neighborhood, using more than 10 missiles and dozens of mortar shells, causing only material damage, in an attempt to isolate Jobar neighborhood from the villages and towns in Eastern Ghouta, in Rif Dimashq Province.

It is noteworthy that Syrian opposition forces are frequently attacking the regime forces in Jober neighborhood, leaving dozens of casualties.

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