Russian fighters bombing Idlib area, dozens dead and wounded
Residential areas in the de-escalation zone – Khan Shaykhun and the villages of Al-Fu'ah and Keferya in the northern of Idlib province suffered from bombing.
The airstrikes of Russian fighter jets in the Idlib districts claimed lives of ten civilians, another 28 were injured, reports TRT TV and Radio Company of Turkey with reference to civil self-defense forces (White Helmets).
According to observers, "five Russian fighter jets that took off from the Khmeimim airbase in the province of Latakia, attacked villages and districts of Idlib."
It is clarified that the bombing affected residential areas in the de-escalation zone - Khan-Shaykhun and the villages of Al-Fu'ah and Keferya in the north of Idlib province.
Search and rescue operations are currently underway. Victims are removed from the rubble. Rescuers warn that the number of victims may increase.
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