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    According to head of the Syrian Army information department, Syria army denied reports about alleged airstrikes on civilian targets in eastern Aleppo that killed dozens of people.

    DAMASCUS (Sputnik) The Syria army denied on Friday reports about alleged airstrikes on civilian targets in eastern Aleppo that killed dozens of people.

    "Our air force did not attack any civilian target or infrastructure that could be used by civilians," Brigadier General Samir Suleiman, head of the Syrian Army information department, told Sputnik.

    "We attack only military targets and large groups of terrorists conducting thorough reconnaissance prior to the strikes," Suleiman stressed.

    Reuters reported earlier on Friday, citing local rebel sources, that airstrikes allegedly delivered by Syrian aircraft in eastern outskirts of Aleppo killed over 90 people.


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