المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 20 people of regime forces and factions were killed in clashes south of Idlib, military observatories resent photographing the Turkish columns, and the Turkish forces shell rural Idlib

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored today the resentment of the military observatories operating in Idlib area, due to photographing the Turkish columns which are deploying in Idlib province for fear of being shelled by the regime forces.

Meanwhile, the Russian warplanes bombarded the vicinity of a point in which the Turkish forces are positioned in Ihsim town in Jabal al-Zawiyah, but no information about casualties so far.

In the meantime, the Turkish forces shelled Maarrat al-Nu’man city, Hantutin, Sheikh Damis, Mdaya, Khan al-Sobol, Hish, and Armanaya.

In the same context, the violent clashes are still taking place in areas at the southern countryside of Idlib, where the regime forces are trying to advance in the villages of Rakaya and Kafrsajna, also, the factions destroyed a mine sweeper of the regime forces as they were advancing in Rakaya Sajna area, the factions also thwarted an attack by the regime forces in Rwiha village in the same countryside.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the killing of 11 members of the factions including seven jihadis, in the clashes and shelling in Sheikh Damis and Hantutin areas, while eight members of the regime forces were killed during the same clashes.

The Syrian Observatory also monitored that the regime forces and loyalists controlled the villages of Hantutin and Sheikh Damis in the southern countryside of Idlib, after violent clashes against the factions.

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