المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Airstrikes renew on “Putin – Erdogan” area through targeting by regime’s helicopters for Latakia mountains with barrel bombs

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored renewed airstrikes on “Putin – Erdogan” area, where helicopters dropped again barrel bombs Tuesday morning on Kabani area in the northern countryside of Latakia, while the regime forces launched shells of heavy artillery, after midnight of yesterday and morning of today targeting places in al-Tah, Babulin, al-Salhiya, Tahtaya, Om Jalal, and Ma’aret Hurmah in the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib, and al-Sermaniyyeh and Khirbet al-Naqous in Sahl al-Ghab at the northwestern countryside of Hama, but no information about casualties.

The Syrian Observatory monitored yesterday rocket shelling carried out by the regime ground forces that targeted the area of Rakaya Sajna in the southern countryside of Idlib, and the Abandoned Battalion area east of Idlib, along with the overflight of a Russian reconnaissance drone over the areas of the southern countryside of Idlib, and the SOHR documented during this day, the death of a citizen and the injury of others; in artillery and missile shelling carried out by the regime forces on Kafrsajna town in the southern countryside of Idlib, while the Syrian Observatory monitored ground shelling by more than 100 artillery and rocket shells targeted the towns of Ma’aret Hurmah, Kafrsajna, and al-Rakaya in the southern countryside of Idlib since this morning until the moment, while the “Syrian Observatory” published hours ago that 11 helicopters of the Syrian regime took turn in dropping more than 25 barrel bombs targeting Kabani area in the northern countryside of Latakia since Monday morning, amid continued artillery shelling on the same area, while the regime forces who are positioned in Tal Alloush shelled Zamar village in the southern countryside of Aleppo.

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