One more Armenian is wounded in Syria
The situation in Armenian-populated regions of Syrian Aleppo city is calm during the last two days, but some streets are still considered to be dangerous.
As speaker of Armenian diocese in Aleppo Jirayr Reisian informed Tert.am an Armenian woman was wounded as a result of the bullet at New Village (Nor Gyugh). She was taken to the hospital and her life is out of danger now.
Armenian-populated Qesab settlement is also under fire during last some days. Hot clashes between the opposition and the Army took place near Qesab. Now the settlement is out of electricity and connection.
Syrian clashes started since March, 2011 and more than 40 Armenians have been killed since that time. More than 60 Armenians have been wounded, some Armenians are kidnapped.