BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian state news agency SANA said on Wednesday that eight people, including two children, were killed by rebel shelling of government-held districts of western Aleppo.
The shells hit the Aadhamiyeh, New Aleppo, and Furqan areas, wounding seven people, SANA reported, quoting a source in the Aleppo police.
Aleppo has for years been divided between the government-held west and rebel-held east.
Reporting by Ellen Francis; Editing by Catherine Evans
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