Nearly 100,000 people fled their homes in Idlib and Aleppo provinces in the period between 16-26 January to escape the brutal bombing campaign being launched by the Assad regime and its backers. The Emergency Response Coordinators Team said that more than 98,616 people, or 17,151 households, were displaced from their homes. It said that its teams on the ground are still counting the numbers of people fleeing their homes as…
The bombing campaign by the Assad regime and Russian forces in Aleppo and Idlib provinces continues unabated as regime helicopters dropped several barrel bombs on the town of Maaret al-Nouman and the outskirts of the village of Hantoutin in rural Idlib. Local activists reported that the Assad regime and Russian air forces carried out several airstrikes on residential areas in Idlib province. An airstrike directly hit a medical center in…
Attacks by forces of the Russian occupation continue to claim civilian lives in northwestern Syria as deadly Russian airstrikes killed and injured dozens in Idlib province on Thursday. Local activists reported that five civilians from one family, including three children and their mother, were killed and five others were injured in a Russian airstrike that hit the outskirts of the town of Saraqib in Idlib province. The Syrian Civil Defense…
The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) monitoring group said that it compiled a list of the names of at least 3,364 civilians who were killed across Syrian in 2019, including 842 children and 486 women. In its annual report titled “A Destroyed State and Displaced People” which was issued on Thursday, the Network indicated that the Assad regime forces killed 1,497 civilians, including 371 children and 224 women, while…
The Emergency Response Coordinators Team said that no fewer than 67,507 people have fled southern and western rural Aleppo since January 14 to escape the Assad regime and Russian intense bombardment and shelling. In a report issued on Wednesday, the Team pointed out that the figure included 27,003 children, 23,627 women, and 16,877 men. It said that aid groups are unable to cope with the massive needs of the newly…
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