Syrian troops and rebels clashed on Friday in the city of Aleppo, where several people died when a shell crashed into a bakery as hundreds of residents queued for bread, AFP correspondents said.
A man carries the body of a child who was wounded during shelling by Syrian government forces, near a bakery in the Tariq al-Bab district of the northern city of Aleppo. The shell struck the side of a building killing around ten people, and wounding at least 20 more as they queued to buy bread in the street below.
They said around a dozen people, including three children, were killed and 20 wounded at the bakery in the eastern Tariq al-Bab district of the increasingly desperate city.
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