Syria: Russian, Syrian government air raids on Idlib, media

Anti-regime militias respond with artillery fire

04 December, 12:43

    (ANSAmed) - BEIRUT, DECEMBER 4 - Russian and Syrian government air raids hit northwestern Syria on Wednesday morning, striking positions of local anti-regime militias and Qaedist groups while the latter responded with artillery fire against government forces along the border between the regions of Idlib, Aleppo and Hama. The report was provided by multiple sources in the region of Idlib, which is outside government control and the theater of an intense military campaign by Moscow and Damascus against anti-regime militias.

    Air raids are focusing on the districts of Maarrat an Numan, Kafranbel and Ariha, south of the main city Idlib. For their part, anti-regime militias are firing against the military airport of Abu Dhuhur, controlled by the troops of Damascus and against loyalist positions south-west of Aleppo. (ANSAmed).

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