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Regime forces intensify aerial bombing on Idlib province

Local | 2018-03-12 15:07:44
Regime forces intensify aerial bombing on Idlib province
(Zaman Al Wasl)- Two civilians killed and 8 more wounded in regime aerial bombing on the northern province of Idlib, Civil Defense rescuing group said Monday.

The strikes intensified on the town of Taftanaz and the Jisr al-Shughour region, killing two people in the village of Jiftlik Hajj Hamoud. 

A Civil Defense center went out of service on Saturday in Jisr al-Shughour when the regime warplanes dropped barrel bombs on the town center, local activists said.

Despite the region of Jisr al-Shughour is a de-escalation zone, regime forces backed by Russia have continued their violations by hitting civil utilities.

Local activists said the regime army had used incendiary bombs and suspected toxic gas in the attack the towns of Bdama and Jisr al-Shughour.

The bombing on the Women Civil Defense center left several children wounded and female volunteer as well huge damage in the building and the equipment.
 
Idlib has been a haven for tens of thousands of rebels and civilians who were forced to abandon their homes in other parts of western Syria that the regime and its foreign military allies have recaptured from rebels.

It has already been the target of intensive strikes by the Russia and regime air forces in the past year that have killed thousands of civilians and destroyed hospitals and civil defense centers.

   
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