Idlib (Syria News) The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported, on Saturday, that regime warplanes have renewed their air strikes on the areas located in the eastern countryside of Idlib Province.
The London-based observatory stated that Syrian regime warplane bombarded the areas of Jarjanaz Town, Sukayk Town and the nearby Islamic factions-held village of Atshan, in the eastern countryside of Idlib; however, no casualties were reported.
Moreover, it also reported that the warplanes carried out air raids, along with artillery shelling and helicopters air strikes using barrel bombs, on several areas in the countryside of both Idlib and Hama Provinces.
In the meantime, it monitored that regime warplanes carried out air raids on areas located in Jarjnaz, Tell Mannas, Khan Shaykhun and al-Hebit, in the southern and the eastern countryside of Idlib, causing only material damage, while conducted other raids on areas in Kafr Zita and Kafr Nabudah Towns.
The warplanes also targeted mosques and a school, which caused more destruction to the infrastructure in the area and material damage to the property of the citizens.
Furthermore, regime forces shelled areas in al-Lataminah Town, north of Hama, while its helicopters dropped several barrel bombs on areas in Abu Dafna Village and other areas in the eastern countryside of Idlib, leaving casualties.
It is noteworthy that since 2011, Idlib was the center of protests and fighting in the early phase of the Syrian war. And when the uprising transformed into an armed conflict, Idlib became the focus of a rebel campaign, which temporarily captured the city, before being recaptured by the regime forces in April 2012.
After an offensive in 2015, al-Nusra Front and Ahrar al-Sham, succeeded to capture the city.