ALEPPO—Explosions rocked the Armenian-populated areas of Syria’s largest city at around 6 p.m. local time Friday, injuring two Armenians and causing severe damage to buildings in the Villaner and Sheikh Taha neighborhoods, reported Zarmig Boghigian a reporter for the Gandzasar Weekly.
One of the injured was identified at Garbis Boshkezanian, a student at the Karen Jeppe College and the other, Garabed Tavidian.
Firefighters came on the scene immediately and the wounded were transported to a nearby hospital.
Earlier on Friday, another rocket attack on Aleppo injured three, Garbis Kapaian, Raffi Balian and his son, Garo.
This follows days of intense fighting in Aleppo and the Armenian-populated neighborhoods.
On Thursday, Krikor Alkdjian was injured. Three Syrian-Armenians were killed between Wednesday and Thursday. Raffi Hekimian sustained fatal wounds from artillery fire on Wednesday, which 25-year-old William Margarian, a Syrian Army soldier died Thursday.
Khajag Djamgotchian, a 7th grade student also sustained injuries during fighting in Aleppo on Thursday.