13 people killed in bombing planes in northern Idlib province • Nine civilians, including three children, were killed in a Turkish bombardment in Kurdish territories in the eastern state
Rescue forces face wounded in bombing Syrian regime on Nu'man detention // Photo: AFP
Severe bloody day in Syria: 21 civilians were killed on Monday in various Syrian civil war arenas in the country for nearly nine years, according to Kurds.
Syrian human rights observers, operating from London, reported that 13 people were killed in the bombing of regime planes on the town of No'aman, in Idlib province in the north of the country.
The bomb, aimed at rebel forces controlling the city, hit the municipal market and a school located in the town center. In addition to the fatalities, 18 people were injured, including several seriously injured.
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Among those killed were three members of the White Helmets, a rescue and rescue organization operating in the rebel-reinforced territories. According to reports in the rebel-affiliated media, the three were killed when a ceiling collapsed in one of the bombed-out buildings, while wounded in the building.
Bombing of Syrian regime in southern Idlib province // Photo: Reuters
Fighting in northeastern Syria resumed in the past week after several weeks of fragile ceasefire. During the past week, the regime's forces tried to take control of several strongholds of rebels in the northern state, but were discriminated against.
Meanwhile, the Kurdish news agency Hawar reported that nine people were killed in a Turkish bombardment on the town of Tel Rifaat in the Kurdish-dominated area.
Eight of those killed were reportedly children, who were apparently found in a kindergarten as Turkish shells began to land.