Dozens of people were killed and many more wounded in a Syrian government air strike near a bakery in the town of Halfaya in the central Syrian province of Hama, according to several reports on Sunday. The hundreds of peoples had been queuing at the bakery to buy bread.
The total death toll remained unclear. But, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that more than 60 civilians were killed. They also said that there are dozens of wounded, more than 50 of them are in a critical condition and have been taken to clinics in nearby towns.
The towns of Karnaz, Kafarzeita and Kafarnbouda were bombarded by the Syrian artillery, there were reports of dead and injured.
by RTT Staff Writer
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