المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

With Turkish support, the factions control a village around Saraqib, and about 150 airstrikes target the “de-escalation”

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored today a new progress by the rebel and jihadi factions at the expense of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, where they were able to control of Jobas village, while the villages of Mardebseh and Mardikh south of Saraqib city were shelled by the Turkish artillery which are positioned east of Idlib city.

Hours ago, the Syrian Observatory monitored the factions controlling the villages of Dadikh and Kafr Batikh.

Thus, the number of areas that the factions have been able to regain control of with the intensive Turkish support rose to 12.

In the same context, the number of raids carried out by the Russian warplanes increased to 110, during which they targeted the Neirab, Saraqib, al-Tarnabeh, Binnish, Damascus-Aleppo International Road, Ma’arrat Alya, San, Aafes, Salhiya, Mjizer, Kafr Batikh, Kansafra, and areas in Jabal al-Zawiyah in Idlib countryside.

The number of raids by regime warplanes also increased to 35, targeting Damascus-Aleppo international road, Maarrat al-Na’asan, Saraqib, and areas in Jabal al-Zawiyah.

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