World Bulletin / News Desk
At least three people were killed and several others were wounded in a bomb attack by Bashar Al-Assad's army in the northern Syria.
A fighter aircraft belongs to regime supporters waged an attack on Shiverin village where a great number of Turkmens live in the northern Syria.
Following the air attack, Assad supporters continued their assault with heavy weapons.
During the attack at least 3 people were killed, many villagers were wounded.
Death toll from the attack feared to rise, which also injured scores
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