Russian jets bombed a hospital in rural Idlib on Wednesday, causing many casualties and knocking the faciality out of service.
Local news outlets said that the Rahma Hospital in the town of Tal Minnnis in southern rural was put out of service after it was hit with Russian airstrikes on Wednesday.
The attack came as part of the fierce bombing campaign the Assad regime and Russian forces have launched against the towns and villages in the ‘de-escalation zone’ in northwestern Syria since late April. The Syrian National Coalition earlier said that the Assad regime and whoever are watching the ongoing holocaust bear direct responsibility for the war crimes taking place in the region.
The Syrian Civil Defense said that four airstrikes directly hit the hospital, killing a young man and injuring one another.
The rescue group pointed out that the town was subjected to heavy bombardment, adding that the Assad regime warplanes targeted a poultry farm without report of casualties. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)