Idlib's holocaust: Assad and Russia kill 11 civilians

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Sunday 21 July 2019 | 8:49 PM Damascus Time

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  • Idlib's holocaust: Assad and Russia kill 11 civilians

    BALADI NEWS

    Eleven civilians have been killed, including a media activist, and dozens have been injured by the aerial bombardment of Assad-Russian alliance on the cities and towns of Idlib's countryside Sunday.

    In the details, Baladi News correspondent reported that 6 civilians is the initial death toll in the village of Orm Al-Joz, where they were killed by Assad warplanes. More civilians have been injured in the same bombardment. 

    The Russian warplanes conducted several airstrikes in the town of Kafr Roma, killing at least 4 civilians including 3 children, and injuring dozens others, Baladi correspondent added.

    In the same context, the regime forces targeted Kafar Nubl city and Has village with barrel bombs and rockets loaded with cluster bombs, according to Baladi correspondent.

    In the city of Saraqeb, more than 10 civilians have been injured by the bombardment of Assad warplanes.

    During covering the bombardment in the city of Khan Sheikhoun, the media activist Anas Diab has been killed, Baladi correspondent said. 

    In the village of Al-Rakaya, the Assad regime forces shelled the city and its outskirts with rocket launchers, and injured dozens of civilians, where they were transferred to the nearest medical points by the civil defence' teams. 

    More villages and towns were targeted by Russian and Assad warplanes, where they used thermobaric and cluster bombs, and dropped barrel bombs, causing massive destruction in the properties and injuring dozens of civilians.

    For more than Assad-Russian alliance has bombarded the countrysides of Idlib and Hama, which bombardment led to the death and injury of hundreds of civilians and the displacement of more than 500,000 towards the Syrian-Turkish borders. 

     

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