Bombings by the regime kill 14 civilians in north-western Syria: monitor
BEIRUT: The bombing of the Syrian regime killed 14 civilians, including seven children in northwestern Syria, a war monitor said on Saturday in the latest deadly raids on the opposition opposition stronghold.
Warplanes and helicopters carried out air strikes in the town of Mahambel, in the province, killing 13 civilians, including seven children, said the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights.
A woman also died early Saturday in a regime fire on the outskirts of Khan Sheikhun city in the southern province, said the war monitor based in Britain.
Idlib, a region of some three million inhabitants, many of whom fled the former areas controlled by the rebels and recovered by the government, is the last major bastion of opposition to the government of Damascus supported by Russia after eight years of civil war.
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It is assumed that Idlib is protected from an important assault by a regime of September between Moscow and Ankara But Damascus and its Russian ally have increased their deadly bombing of the region since the end of April.
More than 520 civilians have died since then, according to the Observatory.
the United Nations says that 25 health centers in the region have been reached, the last includes the second attack in two months in an underground hospital in the city of Kafranbel on Thursday.
The attacks occurred despite the fact that the coordinates of this hospital had previously been shared with the parties to the conflict in a deliberate and carefully planned effort to avoid any attack, a UN official said on Friday.
Estoy horrorizado por the ataques en curso en las áreas civiles y la infraestructura civil a medida que continúa el conflicto en el noroeste de Siria, dijo Mark Cutts, coordinador humanitario regional adjunto de la ONU para la crisis siria.
The war in Syria has killed more than 370,000 people and displaced millions of people since it began in 2011 with a brutal crackdown on anti-government protests.