Russian jets massacre civilians in Idlib, Aleppo provinces
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Russian jets massacre civilians in Idlib, Aleppo provinces

Orient Net
Date: 2019-06-10 12:38
Russian warplanes conducted airstrikes on cities and towns of Idlib and Aleppo countryside, killing and injuring civilians on Monday (June 10), Orient News correspondent said.  

One woman was killed and her children were injured in the town of Kafr Batikh in Idlib southern countryside, Idlib Media Centre reported. 

Similar airstrikes took place in Khan Sheikhoun and near Saraqib, damaging houses and causing panic in the hearts of civilians.

In the town of Maaroshin, three people were killed by the regime airstrikes on the civilian neighborhoods.

Meanwhile in the town of Jabala, at least twelve civilians were killed by the regime and Russian airstrikes. Graphic video footage was published from the town.

 

In Aleppo countryside, three civilians were killed in the town of al-Zebra.

Aleppo countryside, Hama northern countryside and Idlib are within the de-escalation zone deal reached by Turkey and Russia last September.

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