At least six civilians were killed when the airstrikes of Russia and Assad regime targeted Syria’s northwestern Idlib province on Wednesday, a local civil defense agency said.
Besides fatalities, the airstrikes left 10 civilians injured, said the White Helmets.
The warplanes struck the Saraqib district and several villages of Idlib, according to an opposition aircraft observatory.
Additionally, in the first half of November, attacks by the Assad regime and its supporter Russia have displaced some 40,000 civilians within the Idlib de-escalation zone, according to Syria’s Response Coordination Group, a local NGO.
Turkey and Russia agreed in September 2018