BEIRUT — A Syrian tracking staff and the media arm of al-Qaeda-linked militants are reporting intense airstrikes on a rebel-held stronghold in Syria’s northwest.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported greater than 35 airstrikes on Saraqeb since past due Friday, including that a lot of its citizens are fleeing.
The Ibaa Information Company of the al-Qaida-linked Levant Liberation Committee, stated Russian and Syrian warplanes and helicopter gunships were pounding Saraqeb and Tel Mardeekh village in Idlib province for the reason that early hours of Saturday.
Syrian executive forces and their allies driven into Idlib, an opposition stronghold, inching nearer to a key freeway that connects Syria’s two greatest towns, Damascus and Aleppo.
The U.N. says greater than 270,000 were displaced in Idlib on account of the federal government onslaught since Dec. 15.