Airstrikes on rebel-held areas of Aleppo and shelling of government-held areas of the Syrian city have resumed, after a brief dawn lull followed seven days of violence, a number of reports have said.
At least one child died and five people were injured in airstrikes on rebel-held areas on Friday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The strikes come on the same day as Russian state media said a “regime of silence” agreement in Syria sponsored by Russia and the US would apply for 24 hours in Damascus and the surrounding area and 72 hours in Latakia.
Bebars Mishal, a civil defence chief working in rebel-held areas of Aleppo, told Reuters there were a number of air attacks on Friday morning, many of them around mosques in rebel-held areas. Mishal said one hit a clinic in Aleppo’s al-Marja district.
Syrian state television said three people were killed and 25 wounded when mortars hit a mosque in the government-held Bab al-Faraj area as people were leaving Friday prayers.
Airstrikes on rebel-held areas have killed 123 civilians, including 18 children, in the past seven days, the Observatory said. Eight more civilians, including three children, were killed by government shelling.