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Introduction: At least 20 civilians[1], mostly children and women, were killed after an attack on a shelter crowded with civilians in Kafr Battikh[2] town, Idlib countryside, on March 21, 2018. According to several residents and eyewitnesses, warplanes believed to be Russian, carried out several airstrikes on the town, two of them targeted a shelter with highly explosive rockets, killing 16 children, and the majority of them were schoolchildren under 10 years old who had sought refuge in that shelter immediately after the town was subjected to several airstrikes.
Introduction: Since the onset of the heaviest military campaign launched by the Syrian regular forces and its Russian allies on eastern Ghouta on February 18, 2018, many civilians were forced to take refuge inside basements or holes that dug by primitive means, thinking that they would be a safe haven from death. Nonetheless, the violent bombardment by the Syrian regime and their allies was able to reach beneath the ground, changed lives of many civilians to inferno, and demolished a number of shelters above heads of those inside. On March 19, 2018, a shelter in...
Introduction: Syrian regular forces and their Russian allies launched violent attacks on several towns and cities in Idlib province during March 2018; they bombed educational and service facilities as well as civilian gatherings in several districts of the province, causing a number of civilian casualties. On March 11, 2018, warplanes believed to be Russian carried out several airstrikes on Idlib[1] city, targeting the building of the Examination Service and the "SHINE" Institute for Information Technology along with the Central Bank building, causing significant material damage. No human damage recorded....