Russian bombing of a pro-Turkish camp in Idlib leaves dozens of...

The toll of the Russian bombing, which targeted, on Monday, a camp belonging to the so-called “Sham Legion” affiliated with Ankara, within the Jabal Ad-Duwailah area of ​​Harem northwest of Idlib, to at least 78 people, according to the Syrian Observatory, which added that the death toll is expected to rise due to the presence of more than 90 wounded Some of them are in critical conditions, in addition to the missing and stranded, amid information about other dead. It is reported that the camp was supposed to graduate a batch of fighters, after conducting a training course for them by the “Sham Legion”. According to the observatory’s information, the camp includes more than 180 people, including a combatant, trainer, and administrator in the ranks of the “Sham Legion”. He indicated that the renewed air strikes against the “de-escalation” zone were monitored, as Russian warplanes launched raids on places in the Jabal Al-Duwailah area of ​​the Harem region northwest of Idlib, about 9 kilometers from the border with the Iskenderun Brigade. He pointed out that the targeted sites include the headquarters of the Ankara-backed factions.

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