On Thursday, 33 civilians were killed or wounded during a bombardment by Syrian regime warplanes on cities, towns and villages south of Idleb city in northern Syria.
The Violet Organization said in a statement seen by Smart News that three medics and a woman were killed and that three other medics were seriously wounded as a result of a regime warplane bombardment that hit one of the organization’s ambulances at the Maarat Nouman center during an emergency surgery, adding that the attack was a direct violation of the 1949 Geneva Convention.
Local activists added that five civilians, including two children, were killed and five others were wounded by a regime bombardment of the town of Hesh in the province’s south.
Six civilians were killed, including four children and seven others were wounded as a result of aerial bombardment by regime warplanes on the village of al-Mastouha, while a civilian was killed and two wounded by a similar bombardment on the outskirts of Maarat Masri.
Eleven civilians were previously killed and six others were wounded on, Jun. 19, 2019, by a regime bombardment of the village of Benin in southern Idleb.
Regime forces and Russia have been carrying out a heavy bombardment campaign on Idleb and Hama and northern Lattakia for weeks, which has killed and wounded hundreds of civilians and displaced hundreds of thousands.
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