Russian warplanes target areas in the southern countryside of Idlib ..  and rocket shelling targets areas west of Hama leaving civilian injuries • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Russian warplanes target areas in the southern countryside of Idlib ..  and rocket shelling targets areas west of Hama leaving civilian injuries

Several Russian warplanes carried out raids today evening, targeting the towns of Marraat Hurmah and Marrat Al-Sin in the southern countryside of Idlib, while the regime forces targeted citizens on a motorcycle by a guided missile on the road between Al-Ankawi and Al-Qahira in the western countryside of Hama, which resulted in the injury of 2 citizens, and the SOHR documented today, the death of 16 members of the regime forces including 2 lieutenant officers while 9 members of the jihadi factions were killed in the past 48 hours due to renewed clashes between the Islamic and jihadi factions on one hand, and the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them on the other, in the area of Kabani in Jabal Al-Akrad, in an attempt of advancement carried out by the latter on positions of the former for the 5th consecutive day, while the factions managed to damage a military bulldozer, amid artillery shelling and targeting on the positions of control in Latakia countryside.

While the SOHR documented during the first 3 days of the attack on Latakia countryside, the killing of more than 50 persons including 30 members of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them, and 21 members of the factions and jihadi groups, also the Russian warplanes bombarded Idlib countryside targeting Kansafra in Jabal Al-Zawiya, Hazarin, Rakaya Sajna and Maar Zita in the southern countryside of Idlib, after being absent for about 20 hours from the skies of the “de-escalation” zone, and the SOHR monitored artillery shelling by the regime forces on Kafr Sajna, Maarrat Hurmah, Rakaya and Um Al-Sir in the southern and south-eastern countryside of Idlib, as well as Kabani area in the northern countryside of Latakia, without information about casualties.

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