(Zaman Al Wasl)- The Syrian regime forces on Thursday have continued their ground and aerial campaign on the villages of Wadi Barada valley northwest of the capital for the ninth day where about 100,000 civilians live in deteriorating living conditions.
Local activists said more than 60-barrel bombs had been dropped on the mountainous villages on the border with Lebanon, killing five people and threatening the main water supply of Damascus to be dried.
The regime army escalated aerial bombing on valley about 18 km (11 miles) northwest of the capital to recapture the strategic area where a major spring provides most of the capital’s water supplies, rebels and residents said.
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Regime is asking the armed factions to leave to any place they want.