المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Turkish points respond to regime’s targeting for one of their points in the “de-escalation” area, and ground-to-ground missiles target the western countryside of Idlib causing casualties

Two children and a man were injured this evening, in shelling carried out by the regime forces suing ground-to-ground missiles loaded with cluster bombs, targeted Mar’aand town in the vicinity of al-Najeya in the countryside of Jisr al-Shughur in the western countryside of Idlib, while the regime forces shelled Zayzoun town, the power station, and al-Ankawi village in the northwestern countryside of Hama.

In the same context, violent clashes took place in Talmanas town in Idlib countryside, but no change in the map of control in the area, while the regime forces used artillery and heavy machineguns to shell al-Deir al-Sharqi, al-Deir al-Gharbi, Talmanas, and Taqana in the southeastern countryside of Idlib.

Sources of the Syrian Observatory confirmed that an artillery shelling targeted the vicinity of the Turkish point in Maarhtat and that the Turkish Forces positioned at al-Sarman point responded with several shells, but no information about casualties until now, the sources also confirmed that the jihadi factions shelled gathering of the regime forces in al-Barisa village in the eastern countryside of Idlib, while the regime forces shelled Maarrat al-Nu’man city and Talmanas town in Idlib countryside.

This afternoon, a warplane of the regime forces shelled the outskirts of Khan al-Sobol town in the southern countryside of Idlib, but no information about casualties.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored hours ago that the death toll continues to raise as a result of the massacre carried out by regime forces by bombing the town of Sarmin in the eastern countryside of Idlib.

The number of people killed by surface-to-surface missiles on a school and other areas in the town of Sarmin raised to nine persons, including two women and five children, and the death toll is expected to rise as there are more than 16 injured, some in serious condition.

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