The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

20 fighters out of 68 were buried under the ruins of the position of Al-Sham Corps which was destroyed by the Russian warplanes east of Idlib

With the continuation of pulling out the dead bodies of the fighters of Al-Sham Corps in Tal Mardikh area, which are under the ruins of the destruction, the number of fighter who were killed as a result of the Russian raids which were carried out on a headquarters and a position of the Corps in Tal Mardikh area which is near Saraqeb town in the eastern countryside of Idlib, is still continuing to increase, in which the number of the fighters of Al-Sham Corps whose death was documented by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights during the biggest massacre of its kind, and which carried out by targeting by the Russian warplanes to the headquarters of the Corps in Tal Mardikh on Saturday the 23rd of September 2017, has increased to 68 fighters at least.

Reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the total death toll is 48 fighters were pulled out and then they were buried, while 20 fighters are buried under the ruins of the headquarters of Al-Sham Corps which was targeted by the Russian warplanes, where the sources confirmed that the process of pulling out the dead bodies has been lasting since 72 hours but it has not succeeded yet to pull out the remained stuck bodies, the bombing also resulted in the injury of a large number of persons, some of them have permanent disabilities.