The Syrian army shelled several neighborhoods in Aleppo, ravaged for more than a month incarnadines fighting, and also launched a ferocious assault on Damascus to try to strengthen its control over the capital.
In Damascus were fighting in the suburb of Hajar al Aswad, also subjected to bombing Army. The rebels attacked a military checkpoint in Deraa-Damascus highway leaving "at least ten dead or injured," the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (OSDH).
Daraya, near Damascus, has also been the target of bombing regime forces of Bashar al Assad.
The day before, the army launched a major offensive in the west of Damascus and its suburbs that left dozens dead, when the authorities had said a few weeks ago to have regained control of the capital.
In neighboring Lebanon, divided between opponents and supporters of al-Assad after 30 years of Syrian hegemony, fighting between rival clans continued after leaving 10 dead and 100 wounded in four days. The international community says fears of a spillover of the conflict in Syria.
They call it "the Syrian street." The area, in the Lebanese city of Tripoli, is where small-scale conflict is being played in the neighboring country. In the latest fighting, which began on Monday, ten people were killed and over a hundred injured, according to medical sources quoted by the government.
More than a month after the start of the crucial battle for control of Aleppo, the great metropolis of the north, the rebels remain opposed a fierce resistance to the army launched an offensive on August 8 air and land.
On Thursday morning, Sajur neighborhoods, Tarik to Bab al Qasr and Al Bustan Shaar were bombarded with heavy artillery, according to activists. In Tarik Bab dropped to a shell every five minutes, and a fighter bombed Sajur barium.
Amnesty International Organization (AI) reported that the civilian population of Aleppo lives "an enormous amount of violence" in the battle between government forces and rebels to control the city, including aerial bombardments and summary executions.
Many of these attacks, according to AI, were thrown indiscriminately into residential neighborhoods, civilian homes and bakeries that provide shelter for the displaced.
In addition to the attacks, AI criticized "the large increase in extrajudicial and summary executions of civilians who were not involved in the conflict at the hands of government forces," ..
According to the report, were found dead, mostly young men, usually handcuffed and shot in the head, near the headquarters of the Intelligence Service of the Air Force, fully controlled by regime forces.
At least 24,495 people have died since the conflict began in Syria in March 2011, said yesterday the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said DPA.
Among the 17,281 civilians have died, according to the group's representative based in London. According to the Observatory, also killed 6163 soldiers loyal to Assad and 1,051 rebels.
Meanwhile, the Western powers were seeking ways to strengthen its support to the rebellion and bring down the regime.
German Chancellor and French President François Hollande, said they will press the Security Council of the United Nations for approval a resolution to improve the humanitarian situation in Syria.