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On August 13, 2018, three civilians were killed and dozens injured as a result of shelling with artillery shells and rocket launchers on three towns in the south countryside of Idlib, north of Syria. The shelling is violation of the de-escalation zone agreement signed between the Syrian opposition and the Syrian government under the auspices of the brokered states in Astana Talks[1].   Jaber al-Bakri, a local activist and director of al-Tamanah Media Center who resides in al-Tamanah in the south countryside of Idlib, said in an interview with STJ on August...
On August 2, 2018, one woman was killed and 27 others were injured, including women and children, as a result of a huge explosion that shook the east neighborhood of Idlib city[1]- city center. According to several testimonies obtained by STJ, the blast was due to a car bomb parked near a residential building and the building of Ministry of Justice and Local Administration of the Salvation government that follows Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS). The blast caused considerable material damage to the civilians' houses and property as well.  Until the date of writing...
The Salvation Government[1] operating in Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS[2])-controlled areas in Idlib city demanded to move the internally displaced people- who came from different parts of Syria and resided in scattered schools throughout Idlib province- to towns of Kafriya and al-Fu'ah, which were evacuated recently from all their residents, being civilians or militaries, under an agreement[3] reached between HTS and Iran on July 16, 2018.       An official statement released by the Salvation Government on August 7, 2018, attributed the reason to ask to...