Air strike on Aleppo school kills 18, Syrian Crisis Situation Report

Damascus bombed a neighborhood in Aleppo killing 18, activists claim.

The attack was carried out by the Syrian air force after a Syrian rebels killed over 100 in government controlled areas.

Syrian has been at war for several years now and international efforts to stop the bloodshed have not yielded any results.

Intelligence analysts put the figure of people dying from the daily military and rebel fights at between 200 and 300 per day.

This is a disaster and it is really worrying.

Sustained air strikes hit Ain Jalout school in the Al-Ansari district of Aleppo killing 18.

Car bombs exploded in Homs killing over 100 people as the country goes to elections which president Bashar Al-Assad is likely to win and grant him more grip on power.

Syrian Rebels supported by CIA and Saudi Arabia have continued to wage a bloody war against government forces and people believed to be staunch followers of Bashar Al-Assad.

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