A Russian warplane airstrike on the de-escalation zone in Idlib on Thursday resulted in five civilian deaths and eight injuries.
Four Russian fighter jets reportedly flew out from the Hmeymim air base in Latakia, according to the opposition aviation observatory. On the quarry in the Hafsarjah hamlet and the neighboring anti-regime military group headquarters, they launched 16 strikes.
According to Munir Mustafa, the deputy director of the Syrian Civil Defense, the strike resulted in the deaths of five people and the injuries of at least eight more.
Mustafa stated, “Civilian injuries were sent to the local hospitals for treatment, while search and rescue activities continue.
Benin, Chnan, and Maklabis villages were targeted on Thursday by the Assad regime and terrorist organizations backed by Iran.
Since early 2011, when the Bashar al-Assad regime violently suppressed pro-democracy protesters, Syria has been embroiled in a bloody civil war.
According to UN estimates, thousands of people have died and more than 10 million others have been displaced.