Armenian College Damaged Due to Shelling in Aleppo

The Armenian Evangelical College of Aleppo was damaged on August 25 due to shelling of militant groups.
The Armenian Evangelical College of Aleppo was damaged on August 25 due to shelling of militant groups.

The Armenian Evangelical College of Aleppo was damaged on August 25 due to shelling of militant groups. (Source: Arevelk)

ALEPPO—The Armenian Evangelical “Bethel” College in Aleppo, Syria has been damaged on August 25 due to shelling by militant groups, said Editor-in-Chief of Kantsasar Weekly, Zarmig Boghikian.

“Several windows on the upper floor of the college were shattered due to the shelling. There are no huge material damages. There are no victims or wounded among Armenians; currently the situation is stable,” Boghikian said.

Six people were killed as a result of shelling in other areas of Aleppo.

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  1. State of Emergency said:

    No one is targeting the Armenian community. This is simply a case of wartime collateral damage. With the extent of surface and areal bombardment not see since WWII, the outcome is still remarkable.

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