The Syrian Civil Defense said that 150 people, including 16 women and 39 children, were killed in bombardment and shelling by the Assad regime and Russian forces on northwestern Syria in November. The victims also included a civil defense volunteer.
In a report issued on Friday, the rescue group said that another 388 people, including 57 women, 74 children, and 16 civil defense volunteers, were also injured in the intensifying bombing campaign in northwestern Syria.
The report indicated that the Assad regime and Russian forces targeted no fewer than 539 homes, six popular markets, seven schools, three medical centers, 228 farmlands, one IDP camp and five Syrian civil defense centers.
The report indicated that the Assad regime and Russian forces targeted the region with at least 761 airstrikes, 513 rockets, 3,322 artillery strikes, 13 naval mines, 15 IEDs, 254 barrel bombs, and 11 cluster bombs in November. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)