Armenian family killed in Aleppo bomb blasts

Armenian family killed in Aleppo bomb blasts

PanARMENIAN.Net - On September 26, besides the two victims reported earlier, a Syrian-Armenian Maria Aghazarian, her Arab Christian husband Raymun Fahman and their ten-year-old daughter died in Aleppo blasts on September 26, the founder of “Outreach to Syrian Armenians” Facebook page said.

As Anahit Adamyan told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter citing Aleppo-based Serop Jahukian, an Armenian Zarmig Najarian was reported among those wounded, currently under doctors’ care.

Two blasts exploded in Aleppo on September 26, claiming many lives.

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