At least 10 killed in regime air strikes in Syria's Aleppo day before peace conference
More than 500 people died in Aleppo in less than two weeks from regime air strikes in December 2013 (File Archive/AFP)
Regime airstrikes killed at least 10 people in Syria's northern city of Aleppo Tuesday, according to Agence France-Presse.
"An airstrike hit the area of a bus station... in Jisr al-Hajj..we have documented 10 deaths," The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told AFP.
The attack targeted the westernmost part of the city, which is known to be a rebel stronghold.
Regime strikes also targeted the Ansari area in the east of the city, according to the Observatory.
According to Aleppo-based citizen journalist Mohammed Al Khatieb, "There has been aerial bombing every day [in Aleppo] since December 15, except for the days when visibility was poor because of the weather."
The Observatory distributed amateur video footage of the attacks to AFP.
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