ALEPPO, Syria — At least 50 people were killed across Syria on Sunday in air and ground operations allegedly carried out by forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad's regime, opposition activists claimed.
Twelve were killed in Aleppo; eight each in Hama, Daraa and in the suburbs of Damascus; six in Idlib, five in Homs; one each in Lattakia, Tartous and Deir-ez Zor; according to London-based Syrian Network for Human Rights.
Another group, the Syrian Revolution General Commission (SRGC), claimed several buildings including historic structures were damaged by a series of barrel bomb attacks conducted by regime helicopters in the opposition controlled areas in Aleppo.
Meanwhile, Syrian security forces "neutralized" a large number of armed groups during operations in Aleppo, Idlib and Daraa, said the Syrian government's official SANA news agency.
More than 100,000 people have been killed during the ongoing three-year conflict in Syria, which has also internally displaced more than 6.5 million people, according to the UN.
More than two million Syrians are now registered as refugees in neighboring countries, including Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq.
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