Added time: 16 May 2014, Friday 17:10
YPG forces advance in Hasakah / Aleppo Under Bombardement
People Defence Forces YPG, gained on Tuesday control over a village in the countryside of Tel Temir town nearby Hasakah city.
After clashes with members of Al-Qaeda splinter group of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
According to the sources, a car exploded in Aleppo in the afternoon hours..
Clashes broke out between the YPG and Al-Qaide linked ISIS in the village of Tawilat al-Wakka', located near the Hasakah-Aleppo international highway in Tel Temir countryside.
According to local sources, Tawilat al-Wakka' village is deemed to have a strategic location, with a high hill in its center overlooking most of the surrounding villages.
Yet ISIS members try to advance east towards the YPG-held central town of Tel Temir.
The moment a barrel bomb hit the Masaken Hanano district
Panic among civilians in Atareb
Frightened children after two barrel bombs hit the Sakhour neighborhood
Taking over Tawilat al-Wakka' village in tuesday night is believed to improve the position of the YPG forces in the area to score more advance towards controlling other ISIS-held surrounding villages in Tel Temir countryside.
On the other side Syrian warplanes resumed shelling on Aleppo dropping barrel bombs on the Sheik Maxud, Masaken Hanano, Hellok, Asia Factory, Menek, Heretan, Ein Al Tal and Maaret Arteeq in north of Aleppo leaving dozens of civilian dead and causing huge damage.
The houses of 5 Kurdish families have been destroyed by the barrel bombs.
And as well as on the Sakhour area where a five year old child and a man were killed as a result, while a mortar shell that landed in the Qadi Askar area wounded three people.
Several air strikes were also carried out today on the Atareb area of Aleppo province leaving at least 12 people killed and dozens of wounded yesterday.
The water supply was restored in several areas of Aleppo after being cut off for 14 consecutive days.
Witnesses say water-cut about a month because it is located in a high areas and water pipes were damaged by bombs.