Air strikes in Syria’s rebel-held Idlib kill 28 – Observatory

The Syrian Civil Defence, a rescue service operating in rebel-held areas, put the preliminary death toll at 26 in a report on its Twitter feed.

FILE: Smoke billows following a suicide car bombing in Rashidin, west of Aleppo, that targeted buses carrying Syrians evacuated from two besieged government-held towns. Picture: AFP.

BEIRUT – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said air strikes killed 28 people in a village in rebel-held Idlib province overnight, including four children.

There was no immediate comment from the Syrian military on the report of the attack on Armanaz, which is located a few kilometres from the Turkish border.

The Syrian Civil Defence, a rescue service operating in rebel-held areas, put the preliminary death toll at 26 in a report on its Twitter feed.