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Russian airstrikes force thousands of civilians to flee their areas in Idlib

Russian airstrikes force thousands of civilians to flee their areas in Idlib
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Hama (Syria News) Local media sources informed that thousands of civilians, from eastern Hama, have fled their area due to the latest Russian air strikes, Qasioun News reported on Wednesday.

The sources revealed that thousands of civilians from the villages located in eastern Hama have fled toward Sinjar area, in the eastern countryside of Idlib, after the latest Russian air strikes on their areas.

Moreover, nearly 25,000 residents left the villages of Qasr Ali, Qasr Shawy, Arafa, Rabda, Hazm, Muwaileh, and Qasr Ben Wardan due to the intense Russian shelling on their villages, the sources added.

The sources also pointed out that people who fled to Qalaat Al-Madiq Town, in western Hama, were forced to flee again toward Zawya Mount Village in Idlib, after the air strikes that were carried out on the city.

It is noteworthy that the villages, located in eastern Hama, are witnessing intensive air strikes by Russian and Syrian warplanes, leaving several casualties amid the civilians.

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