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As a result of airstrikes on rebel controlled and Islamist groups in Idlib located in the Northwest of Syria, killing at least 44 people, including 11 women and six children. This was stated in the Syrian monitoring centre for human rights, Reuters reports.
“Military aircraft, which, most likely, was Russian, was bombed at night Zardana village, located in the North of Idlib,” said the head of the center Rami Abdulrahman, adding that the death toll could rise as some of the 60 injured are in critical condition.
Rescuers continue to search for survivors under the rubble. According to the Agency, this RAID has become the largest number of victims for the last time.
It is noted that Idlib remains one of the biggest regions in Syria under rebel control.
June 1, Russian fighter jets bombed targets of Islamists in Syria on the border of the provinces of Hama and Idlib, despite the presence in the region by the Turkish military. The losses on the Turkish side reported.
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