Turkish troops respond to regime aerial bombardment on Turkish post in Kansafra, while Russian raids kill five civilians in Jabal Al-Zawiya • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Turkish troops respond to regime aerial bombardment on Turkish post in Kansafra, while Russian raids kill five civilians in Jabal Al-Zawiya

Syrian Observatory sources report that regime jets targeted the perimeter of the Turkish post in Kansafra area in Jabal Al-Zawiya, south of Idlib. No information was reported so far about casualties. Turkish troops responded to the regime aerial bombardment with intensive rocket shelling targeting regime positions in both eastern and southern countryside of Idlib.

Separately, SOHR activists documented the killing of five civilians in Russian aerial bombardment on Kawkaba and Faterah in Jabal Al-Zawiya, amid ongoing bombardment by regime and Russian jets on towns and villages in Jabal Al-Zawiya and Kafr Nubl.

The aerial bombardment coincides with ongoing clashes on several frontlines between opposition factions and jihadists on one hand, and regime forces on the other. Regime forces advanced into Satuh Al-Deir and Arinbeh bringing the number of areas captured in the past few hours to nine: Sheikh Damis, Hantutin, Rakaya, Tal Al-Nar, Kafr Sajna, Sheikh Mustafa, Naqir, Satuh Al-Deir and Arinbeh.

Since the beginning of the recent military operation on the 24th of January 2020, regime forces captured the following 111 villages and towns in Idlib: (1) Telmans, (2) Ma’ar Shmasha, (3) Deir Sharqi, (4) Deir Al-Gharbi, (5) Ma’ar Shmarin, (6) Ma’rata, (7) Al-Ghadfa, (8) Ma’ar Shourin, (9) Al-Za’alana, (10) Al-Dana, (11) Tal Sheikh, (12) Sawami’e, (13) Khirbet Mezyan, (14) Masaran, (15) Bsida, (16) Taqana, (17) Babolin, (18) Kafr Bassin, (19) Marhatat, (20) Hamidia, (21) Dar Al-Salaam, (22) Salhia, (23) Kafruma, (24) Maarrat Al-Nu’man city, (25) Wadi Al-Daif, (26) Hantutin, (27) Al-Jarrada, (28) Al-Ruwayha, (29) Al-Qahiryah, (30) Khan al-Sobol town, (31) Mardebseh, (32) Al-Hartamiyah, Qamhana, (33) Abu Juraif, (34) Tal Khatrah, (35) Tal Musaytif, (36) Al-Kana’es, (37) Karsyan, (38) Hish, (39) Kafr Mazdah, (40) Jabbalah, (41) Muqah, (42) Al-Amudiyah, (43) Armanya, (44) Kafr Batikh, (45) Dadikh, (46) Luf, (47) Anqarati, (48) Jubas, (49) Sannan, (50) Zakkar, (51) Tarnabeh, (52) Al-Nayrab, (53) Mardikh, (54) Tal Mardikh, (55) Kaddur, (56) Al-Ruwayha, (57) the Abandoned Battalion, (58) Al-Balisah, (59) Al-Wasitah, (60) Kuwayris, (61) Tal Al-Agher, (62) Al-Mushayrafah, (63) Tawil Al-Halib, (64) Al-Raqim, (65) Jadidat Al-Khatrah, (66) Sheikh Idrees, (67) Baj’as, (68) Al-Rayyan, (69) Tal Al-Rumman, (70) Parisa, (71) al-Hammamat, (72) Tal al-Sultan, (73) Om Sharshuh, (74) al-Khashakhish, (75) Tal Ibrahim, (76) Jabal al-Taweel, (77) Mas’adah, (78) Ras Al-Ain, (79) Shuha, (80) Kafr Amim, (81) Tal Rihan, (82) Al-Rasafah, (83) Islamin, (84) Abu Al-Khashah, (85) Tal Al-Tuqan, (86) Jlas, (87) Sheikh Mansur, (88) Al-Duwayrah, (89) Saraqeb, (90) Afes, (91) Maarrat Al-Na’saan, (92) Sheikh Damis, (93) Hantutin, (94) Rakaya, (95) Tal Al-Nar, (96) Kafr Sajna, (97) Sheikh Mustafa, (98) Naqir, (99) Satuh Al-Deir, (100) Arinbeh and other villages, hills and positions in the eastern and south-eastern countryside of Idlib).

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