At least 24 Syrian civilians, including three children and a woman, were killed Sunday in regime and Russian air strikes on rebel-held areas across Syria, a monitoring group said.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights said nine people, including one child, were killed in a regime missile attack on a marketplace in Maaret Al Numan near Idleb city.
Near the capital, Damascus, two children were killed in the village of Kafr Zeit in regime mortar shelling.
The monitoring group also reported 69 civilians had lost their lives in regime barrel bomb attacks in October.
Meanwhile, Russian warplanes continued air strikes on rebel-held Aleppo for the fifth week in a row.
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