At least 33 civilians were killed on Tuesday in airstrikes in the northern province of Idleb, as the Assad regime and its Russian ally continue to wage a brutal aerial campaign killing around 100 people in three days, local activists said.
Regime strikes hit a marketplace in the village of Kafr Sajnah killing six people, while three others, two women and a child, also died in strikes targeting the towns of Hass, Maarat al-Nasan, Hazano, Zaredna and Maarat al-Numan.
Dozens more civilians were also killed in strikes on Idleb city, Maarat Masrin, Sarmeen, Kafr Sajnah and Hass.
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