Idlib (Syria News) The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported, on Thursday, that an IED exploded in a vehicle belongs to Jaysh al-Izza, in the southern outskirts of Khan Shaykhun City, in the southern countryside of Idlib, while another IED exploded in the northwestern countryside of Hama.
The SOHR reported that an IED exploded in a vehicle belongs to Jaysh al-Izza at the southern outskirts of Khan Shaykhun city in the southern countryside of Idlib, but no casualties were reported till the moment.
Also, two bodies were found at the western outskirts of Saraqib Town, in the eastern countryside of Idlib, but the nature and circumstances of their deaths were not identified, where the contact with two of them was lost two days ago.
Meanwhile in Hama Province, an IED exploded on the road between Qalaat al-Madiq and al-Karkat, in the northwestern countryside of province. The explosion took place when a vehicle belongs to the Islamic movement of Ahrar al-Sham was passing in the area, injuring 8 persons, Including 6 fighters of Ahrar al-Sham.
It is noteworthy that during the uprising since 2011, Idlib was the main points of protests in the early phase of the Syrian civil war. As the uprising descended into armed conflict, the province became the focus point of a rebel campaign, which temporarily captured the city and province, prior to a regime offensive in April 2012.