The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Regime rocket attack on rural Idlib | Russian reconnaissance drones fly over Jabal al-Zawiya, Sahl Al-Ghab and Jabal al-Akrad

SOHR activists say that Sahl Al-Ghab in north-western countryside of Hama and Jabal al-Zawiya, south of Idlib, and Jabal al-Akrad, north of Latakia, have been witnessing frequent flight by Russian reconnaissance drones since the early hours of the morning.

Meanwhile, regime forces shelled, in the early hours of the morning, places in Al-Fatira, al-Bara and Flifel in southern countryside of Idlib, and the outskirts of Mar’and in western countryside of Idlib.

Moreover, exchange of fire with heavy machine guns took place on Al-Umqiya frontline between the factions of al-Fath Al-Mubin operations room on one side, and regime forces and loyalists on the other. No casualties have been reported.

Yesterday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored, in the early hours of the morning, renewed rocket attacks by regime forces on areas in rural Hama and Idlib, targeting with rocket-propelled grenades places in Al-Fatira, Safohin, Fleifel and the outskirts of al-Bara and Benin, south of Idlib, and Al-Ziyara and Al-Ankawi in Sahl Al-Ghab, but no casualties were reported.

Meanwhile, reconnaissance drones, believed to be affiliated with the Coalition, were seen flying over northern Idlib countryside near the Syrian-Turkish border.