Dozens dead in air attack on Syrian city of Idlib
Air strikes on the Syrian city of Idlib have Saturday at least 25 people killed, including women and children. Dozens of people were injured, notify the rescue workers and residents of the city.
The bombs struck a market in the northwestern city. There are still bodies under the rubble away and the chance is significant that the death toll continues to rise.
Several rescue workers suspect that the bombing was the work of Russian fighters, since that generally high and tight flying in formation. Air strikes of the Syrian air force are often used by helicopters, which is significantly lower fly.
The air strikes come remarkably enough, a day after it became known that Russia and the United States have reached an agreement on a ceasefire in Syria.
Both countries called upon all warring parties to a cease-fire next Monday night. Syrian overheidstroepen serve beyond their combat missions to end in the areas that are in the hands of the opposition.