المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

16 casualties including 10 citizen women and children were killed in massacres by warplanes and regime forces in the countryside of Idlib

Idlib Province, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
It rose to 16 persons -including 7 citizen women and 3 children- the number of casualties who managed the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights to document, they were killed by bombing by warplanes and shelling by the regime forces on areas in the countryside of Idlib today, where 7 people were killed -including 2 citizen women- by the warplanes’ bombing of high explosive rockets over areas in Khan Shaykhun town in the southern countryside of Idlib, and 7 people -including 2 children and 4 citizen women- were killed by the warplanes bombardment over areas in the town of Kafr Takharim in the northern countryside of Idlib after midnight yesterday, and a man, a citizen woman and a child were killed in missile shelling by the regime forces that targeted areas in the town Kafr Ewaid at Jabal al-Zawiyah, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, rising to 44 -including 11 citizen women, 9 children, young woman and a member of the civil defense- the number of people who were documented by the Syrian Observatory for human rights in massacres carried out by warplanes and the regime forces on areas at the countryside of Idlib since the 20th of October 2016 until the afternoon of the 24th of October 2016.

And in a related context the helicopters dropped barrel bombs on areas at the town of Najyeh and other areas in the countryside of Jisr al city-Shughur, also warplanes bombed areas in the villages of Ghassaniya and al-Kinda in the countryside of Jisr al-Shughur, while an explosive device blew up in a car belongs to the Islamic movement of Ahrar al-Sham at Farwan village in the countryside of Maarrat al-Nu’man, killing a fighter from the movement and wounding others, also a child was killed in a random shooting at Tal’adah village at the southern countryside of Idlib between two factions.

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