Death toll from regime cluster bomb | Nine civilians, including three children, woman, and young man deported by Turkey, ki-lled in IDPs camp in Idlib countryside
Syrian Observatory activists have reported that nine persons, including two unidentified persons, seven civilians: one woman, three children and three men, one of whom was forcibly deported by the Turkish authorities two months ago, were killed, and 77 others were injured in rockets fired by regime forces stationed in the vicinity of Neirab airport in Aleppo fired six rockets loaded with hundreds of cluster bombs and rocket launchers from eastern Aleppo countryside, targeting five camps for displaced people west of Idlib city, namely Maram, Watan, Wadi Haj Khalid, Kafr Rouhain water station camp, Maureen village camp and Baiba camp west of Idlib city.
A number of civilians were also wounded by shelling on Ariha city and shells hit residential neighbourhoods in Sarmin town in Idlib countryside.
“Al-Fath Al-Mubin” operations room and factions bombarded regime camps of Joreen, Shatah, Al-Bahsa and Al-Baraka in north-western Hama countryside, Saraqib and its surroundings, Jubas in Idlib countryside, and Tel Al-Barkan in northern Latakia countryside, in response to the death and injury of more than 80 people in IDPs camps in Idlib.
Meanwhile, regime forces fired artillery shells on the outskirts of Ariha, Urm Al-Jouz, Bayannin, Safuhan, Al-Fatirah, Kfar Awaid, Al-Ruwaihah and Shannan in Idlib countryside.
Regime shells also hit five camps west of Idlib city, the vicinity of Atareb and the villages of Kfarama and Kafar Ta’al in western Aleppo countryside, and Al-Zyarah, Al-Qarqour and Al-Sarmaniyah in Hama countryside.
Accordingly, the number of shelled sites has risen to 20.
SOHR activists had reported that Russian fighter jets executed four airstrikes on a forest west of Idlib city that hosts military camps of rebels. No casualties were reported.