Russian-Assad attacks continue in Idlib, at least 5 killed, 2 girls included
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Russian-Assad attacks continue in Idlib, at least 5 killed, 2 girls included

Orient Net
Date: 2019-12-04 10:56
Russian jets flown by Assad terrorist pilots are attacking cities and towns in Idlib countryside, killing and injuring civilians and destroying houses, Orient News correspondent said.  

After killing at least 17 civilians on Monday (December 2) in Maaret al-Numan and Idlib prison, the Russian jets conducted airstrikes on Kafr Sejneh, Saraqib and Ariha, killing at least five civilians including two girls and injuring others on Wednesday (December 4).

Jisr al-Sheghoor, ICARDA, Kafranbel, Hazareen, Tel Dem, Qatrah and al-Heraki were all bombed by Russian attacks.

Idlib is the largest part of Syrian controlled by opposition fighters and HTS with a population swollen by the Syrian Internally Displaced Persons from other parts of the country.    


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