Syrian government airstrikes on two rebel-held areas of the central province of Homs have killed at least 25 civilians, 11 of them children, a monitoring group said on Sunday.
Sixteen members of a single family were among 18 people killed in raids late on Saturday on the town of Talbiseh, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.
They included 10 children and three women, said the Britain-based monitoring group which has a wide network of sources inside Syria.
In the Waer district on the outskirts of Homs – the only area of Syria's third city in rebel hands – the evening airstrikes killed seven people, including a child, the Observatory added.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer