A surge of violence that erupted on April 22 has left more than 270 people dead in the divided northern city and undermined efforts to revive peace negotiations.
German government spokesman Steffen Seibert told a news conference the destruction was targeted and therefore constituted the “murder of a huge number of civilians”.
Rebel rocket and artillery fire on government-held neighbourhoods killed 18 civilians, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the fighting between IS and government forces is concentrated in areas east of the town of Khanaser
The army entered the village of al-Tamura located on high ground above the towns of Anadan, Hayan and Haritan that have been heavily bombed in recent days.
Justice Minister Rafael Catala told Spain’s Cadena SER radio on Wednesday that the government had no news regarding the three missing journalists.
Elsa Gonzalez, the president of the Spanish journalism association, told Spanish National Television that the three disappeared while working in the Aleppo area.
Both the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and the Local Coordination Committees reported the casualties.
Abu Raed said the strike on the Qadi Askar neighbourhood on Thursday morning killed at least 10.
Syrian government to suspend airstrikes and artillery shelling on Aleppo to allow a proposed UN plan to “freeze” hostilities in the city.
Rebels of Islamic Front group planted a huge amount of explosives in a tunnel below the Charlton hotel in Syria’s largest city Aleppo.
Due to Syrian airstrikes and heavy artillery in the city of Aleppo, 51 people including 13 rebels have lost their lives.
Despite their bases being heavily bombed and their houses lying in a rubble, Syrian rebels are using kids to launch mortars.
Among the dead were five regime troops,including an officer.
OPCW experts will carry out investigations into the use of chemical weapons in Syria.