Civilian causalities as Assad warplanes bomb Idlib’s Khan Sheikhoun
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Civilian causalities as Assad warplanes bomb Idlib’s Khan Sheikhoun

Orient Net
Date: 2019-08-06 15:40
Assad-Russian warplanes targeted on Tuesday (August 6) the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in Idlib countryside, killing and injuring civilians and causing material damage, Orient correspondent said.

The warplanes targeted on Tuesday morning civilian homes in Khan Sheikhoun town in Idlib countryside, killing three civilians and injuring three others.

Meanwhile, the warplanes bombed several villages and towns, including Hish, al-Tamanah and Tahtaya, causing material damage.

Yesterday. Assad helicopters targeted civilian homes in Morek town, killing four civilians and injuring another.

Assad and Russian bombing campaign has killed at least 1000 civilians since it was launched on Idlib and its countryside on the 30th of April, according to the White Helmets volunteers.

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