A rocket fired by Syrian army strikes a school near Aleppo, leaving 25 dead and many injured, says opposition group
ISTANBUL - At least 25 students were killed after a rocket hit a school during an air attack carried out by Syrian regime troops on Wednesday.
The opposition Syrian Revolution General Commission (SRGC) reported that a rocket fired by a Syrian military aircraft hit the Ayn Jalut school in Al-Sukkari neigborhood, near Aleppo city, leaving 25 dead and many injured.
The injured people include adults who were attending a photography exhibition in the school when the attack occured, according to the SRGC.
A search and rescue operation is currently underway and there are fears that the death toll could rise.
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