Ten civilians killed by new Russian massacre in Idlib
Date: 2020-03-03 08:43
Russian warplanes intensified bombardment on Idlib countryside on Monday (March 2), killing ten civilians and injuring five others, Orient correspondent said.
The warplanes bombed al-Fu'ah town in Idlib countryside, killing nine civilians.
The warplanes also bombed several civilian homes in several villages, towns and cities, including Binnish, Ihsim, al-Bara and Balyun and a school used as an accommodation center for IDPs in Edwan village, killing a man and injuring five others, including a woman.
Russian bombardment partially destroyed a school and a mosque in Balyun village.
White Helmets volunteers have worked hard to rescue civilians from under the rubble of destroyed buildings in the aftermath of the airstrikes.
On Sunday, Russian warplanes targeted Idlib and Aleppo countryside, killing nine civilians, including two children and injuring 11 others.
On Friday, Russian-Assad warplanes bombed civilian homes in several villages and towns in Idlib countryside, killing eight civilians and injuring two others.
On Thursday, Russian-Assad warplanes killed 15 civilians and injured 28 others including women and children and three White Helmets volunteers in Idlib province.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights SNHR documented in its report released on (January 1) 43 massacres committed by Assad regime's militias and 22 massacres committed by Russian forces in 2019.
The report documented the deaths of 3,364 civilians in 2019, including 842 children and 486 women at the hands of the perpetrator parties to the conflict in Syria, including 234 in December.