The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Nearly 25 civilians killed or injured in regime shelling on Sarmin town

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented more casualties in the massacre by the regime forces in Sarmin town in the eastern countryside of Idlib. Accordingly, the number of civilians who were killed due to the fall of surface-to-surface missiles on a school and other positions in the town, rose to eight including tow females and four children.

The shelling also left more than 16 injuries some of whom have seriously injured, which may rise the death toll.

Hours ago, SOHR monitored that that Russian warplanes targeted the vicinity of Idlib city with more than 22 air strikes after midnight Tuesday – Wednesday, where the area includes the Central Prison of Idlib, which has been hit before by Russian air strikes. No casualties has been reported yet.

The opposition factions shelled after midnight regime-held areas in Jurin, Shatha al-Aziziya, Al-Rasif and Al-Jid in Sahl Al-Ghab in the northwestern countryside of Hama.