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131 persons of Kafraya and al-Fouaa arrive in Aleppo
131 persons of Kafraya and al-Fouaa arrive in Aleppo
Three buses carrying 131 persons from the towns of Kafraya and al-Foua’a, arrived in Aleppo city on Wednesday.

Among the arriving persons were 37 wounded persons from the terrorist bombing which targeted the buses Saturday in al-Rashideen area in western Aleppo.

SANA reporter in Aleppo said that the wounded persons were transported under the supervision of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) to the University Hospital to be treated, adding that the Director of the hospital Dr. Ibrahim Hadid affirmed that the majority of the wounded are children and women and their wounds are of moderate conditions.

The reporter added that the rest of the arriving persons, who were abducted by the terrorist organizations that exploited the chaos during the terrorist bombing and then being freed, were taken to the makeshift center in Jibreen.
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