​​​​​​​Russian, Syrian regime's warplanes resumed its shelling in Idlib countryside

Russia and the Syrian regime's warplanes resumed bombing the countryside of Idlib, on Saturday morning, after a lull that lasted for hours, as mutual attacks continued between the regime forces and Turkey's mercenaries.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that Russian warplanes carried out air strikes on Saturday morning, during which they targeted places in the town of al-Bara in the southern countryside of Idlib, and the village of al-Rafa east of Ma`rat al-Numan.

The regime's helicopters took turns targeting the town of Kafr Nabl with explosive barrels, without information on casualties.

The renewed aerial bombardment this morning comes after a usual lull in the area since midnight, while the axes in the southeast Idlib countryside and the Kabana axis in Jabal Al-Kurd are witnessing mutual targets with missiles and heavy machine guns, between the forces of the regime on the one hand, and the mercenary gangs of Turkey.

The so-called De-escalation areas witnessed violent hit-and-run battles during the past days, and these battles coincided with the failure of a new round of meetings of the so-called Constitutional Committee....



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