3 helicopters take turns in bombarding towns in the southern countryside of Idlib .. and about 55 airstrikes target the "de-escalation" zone • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

3 helicopters take turns in bombarding towns in the southern countryside of Idlib .. and about 55 airstrikes target the “de-escalation” zone

3 helicopters took turns in dropping barrel bombs targeting Kafr Nubl town, Al-Ftirah and the vicinity of Maarrat Hurmah in the southern countryside of Idlib.

Meanwhile, the Russian warplanes renewed their bombardment targeting Al-Mshirfah village in Idlib countryside.

In connection to this, the jihadi factions shelled positions of the regime forces in Al-Huwayz village in the north-western countryside of Hama with mortar shells, without information about casualties so far.

Since morning, the Russian warplanes carried out raids targeting Kafr Nubl town, Kafr Sajna and Sheikh Bahr in the vicinity of Idlib city, and Kansafra and Al-Mshirfah in the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib, raising the number of their raids to 22.

While the regime’s warplanes bombarded the area of Tal Damm, Abu Sharji, Al-Mshirfah and Um Al-Khalakhil with 8 raids.

Also the regime’s helicopters dropped barrel bombs on the vicinity of Kafr Nubl town and Kafr Sajna in the southern countryside of Idlib, and the area of Kabani in the northern countryside of Latakia, raising the number of barrel bombs dropped since morning to 24.

The regime ground forces shelled areas in Al-Rashideen, Al-Mansoura and the vicinity of Khan Al-Asal in Aleppo countryside, as well as areas in the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib, areas in the north-western countryside of Hama and Latakia countryside.

SOHR documented the killing of 12 persons of the regime forces and of the rebel factions and jihadi groups during the military operations in different areas of the “de-escalation” zone.

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