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Russian warplanes bomb FSA camp in Syria's Idlib

As Syrian and Russian attacks escalate in Idlib, the FSA-affiliated Jaysh al-Izza denied Russian reports that an airstrike at one of their sites in a displaced camp in the north killed some of their commanders.
Smoke billows following Russian airstrikes near Syria's Bab al-Hawa border crossing with Turkey, Sept. 27, 2022.

ALEPPO, Syria — Syrian government forces and Russia have recently renewed their ground and airstrikes on Idlib province in northwestern Syria.

On Sept. 30, Russian warplanes targeted the outskirts of al-Ruweiha and Mseibin in the south of Idlib, as the Syrian government forces fired artillery shells at several villages in Jabal al-Zawiya area in southern Idlib, and more than 50 shells at a number of towns and villages in Al-Ghab Plain in northwest Hama.

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