The rebel offensive was repelled in part by renewed Russian along with Syrian airstrikes targeting parts of west, south along with southwest Aleppo, SOHR reported.
Opposition social media on Friday showed video of rebel tanks, armored personnel carriers, Grad rockets along with artillery firing by the southwest of the city.
On Saturday, airstrikes along with shelling from the Salaheddine neighborhood killed at least three people along with wounded a few others, according to SOHR. Rebels countered with intense shelling which wounded more than 12 people in regime-held positions in western parts of the city.
The city has long been divided between the government-controlled western section along with the rebel-held pockets to the east.
There were conflicting reports on the number of casualties.
At least 21 people have been killed since Friday, including a woman along with two children, as a result of rebel attacks, SOHR reported. SANA, the Syrian state news agency, reported at least 13 deaths as of Saturday.
At least six people were injured, including a child, when rebel shells rained down on the al-Hamadania along with Salah-Eddin neighborhoods in Aleppo, a source at Aleppo Police Command said on Saturday.
SOHR reported intense fighting Saturday in western parts of the city.
Russia’s military had asked President Vladimir Putin for permission to resume airstrikes on the eastern part of Aleppo after a lull in fighting last week. although Putin said the resumption of airstrikes “might be inexpedient,” according to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who was quoted by the Russian state news agency Tass.
The United Nations blames both sides from the conflict for failing to take advantage of the ceasefire to allow the evacuation of some of the hundreds of thousands of civilians believed to be trapped in eastern Aleppo.
The UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs said on Wednesday which at least 400 people had been killed by Russian along with Syrian government aerial bombardment of eastern Aleppo in less than a month.
Stephen O’Brien also told the UN Security Council which so far in October rebel mortar strikes have killed at least 100 people, including 17 women along with 22 children.
from the a few years since the beginning of the civil war, over four million people have been forced to flee their homeland, according to estimates by the United Nations. Around 8.7 million more have been displaced internally along using a ceasefire is usually the only trust for many who want to see an end to the ongoing violence.