At least five civilians were killed in attacks carried out by Russian forces in northwestern Syria, local sources said on Friday.
Two civilians were killed and five others injured when Russian warplanes targeted Kafr Nabl district and Sarja village, according to the Syrian opposition’s observatory.
Moreover, the Syrian civil defense agency, White Helmets, said three civilians were also killed when a Russian bomb — that had been previously dropped — went off in Idlib.
The death toll from the attacks on residential areas in the Idlib de-escalation zone over the past month totals 75, including 13 children, said
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