WorldRussian planes bomb Syrian National Army headquarters in Idleb

Russian planes bomb Syrian National Army headquarters in Idleb


AA / Idlib (Syria)

Russian fighter jets bombed the headquarters of the Syrian National Army in the village of Kah, near the Turkish border, in Idlib governorate, in the northwest of the country.

According to the Syrian opposition aviation observatory, Russian fighter jets launched 9 raids on the headquarters of the 23rd Division of the Syrian National Army, located in the village of Kah, 3 km from the Turkish border.

The Anadolu Agency (AA) has learned that the Russian raids did not result in any casualties or injuries.

Note that the Russian fighter planes had targeted the same area with four raids launched on October 27.

The opposition took control of the city of Idlib, where nearly 4 million people live, in March 2015. The city also suffers from attacks from the Syrian regime on a recurring basis.

* Translated from Arabic by Malèk Jomni

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