المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

New wave of displacement after regime attacks on Idlib

New wave of displacement after regime attacks on Idlib

Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad have renewed their attacks on towns and villages in southern Idlib, causing a new wave of population displacement towards the Turkish border, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported on Monday.

According to the rights group, the bombing partially destroyed homes in the town of Kansafra and the villages of Kafr Aweid, Al-Muzara, Al-Fatira, Safohin, Billioon and Arnabeh. Shelling has intensified since Sunday night.

The SOHR also monitored intensive rocket attacks on Monday by opposition factions against regime bases in Kafranbel and Masran, also in Idlib province.

Smoke rises from civilians' field after Assad regime forces' and Iranian-backed terrorist groups' attack at Taftanaz town of Idlib, Syria on June 06, 2020. [İbrahim Teftenaz - Anadolu Agency]

Smoke rises from civilians’ field after Assad regime forces’ and Iranian-backed terrorist groups’ attack at Taftanaz town of Idlib, Syria on June 06, 2020. [İbrahim Teftenaz – Anadolu Agency]

Source: New wave of displacement after regime attacks on Idlib – Middle East Monitor

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