The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Death toll of Jubas massacre rises up to ten displaced civilians, mostly children

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented more human losses due to the Russian bombardment on Jubas village in the eastern countryside of Idlib.

The number of displaced people who were killed in the Russian air strikes on a school accommodates people displaced in the village that is located 1 km away from the M5, rose to ten including six children and two women. The death toll is expected to increase due to the presence of injured cases in serious conditions.

Separately, fierce battles continue between factions and jihadi groups against regime forces and gunmen loyal to them, as the regime is seeking to achieve new advancements enable it to get closer to Aleppo – Damascus International Highway (M5).

Meanwhile, HTS targeted Jarjnaz town which is under control of the regime forces, with an explosive-laden vehicle with a suicidal bomber in it, which left casualties.

Accordingly, the number of members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them who have been killed in the detonations and clashes since after midnight, rose to 19. Also it rose to 13, the number of fighters of the factions and Jihadis who were killed today, raising the number of casualties of both conflicting parties since the beginning of Thursday’s ground offensive to 291 casualties of both parties, they are: 130 of the regime forces and the militiamen loyal to them, and 161 fighters including 29 of the factions and the rest are of the Jihadis.



Link of a high resolution map of influence and power distribution in Idlib