Opposition's NFL shells Assad militias in Idlib's Umm al-Halaheel
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Opposition's NFL shells Assad militias in Idlib's Umm al-Halaheel

Orient Net
Date: 2019-11-09 13:28
The National Front for Liberation (NFL) said its fighters shelled on Friday (November 8) Assad militiamen in Idlib countryside, Orient correspondent reported.

The group posted video, showing targeting Assad militias' positions in Umm al-Halaheel village, using artillery shells.

On Friday, Assad-Russian warplanes targeted civilian homes in several villages and towns, including al-Rami, Jisr al-Sheghoor and al-Dar al-Kabira, killing four civilians, including a woman and her daughter and injuring 14 others, including two women and five children.

Assad, Russian and Iranian militias have killed, injured and displaced hundreds of thousands of civilians in Idlib province since they launched their killing campaign.

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