At least two bombings at a university campus in Aleppo left more than 80 people—mostly students—dead on Tuesday, January 15, an attack the government and rebels blamed on each other and one that activists said is likely to re-energize the battle for Syria’s largest city, The Wall Street Journal reported. Activists said government warplanes struck the campus at least twice in the early afternoon, on the first day of semester exams. Rebels, who launched an offensive against regime forces in Aleppo in July, said the regime was likely trying to punish rebel sympathizers. The area around the university is home to thousands of Syrians displaced from fighting in eastern Aleppo, which is now under rebel control. But the government claimed that rebels fired two missiles at the university, located in a part of the city under government control.