At least three people, including two children, died this Thursday in a bomb attack on Russian fighter planes in the Syrian province of Idlib (northwest), according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The London-based organization with informants in the Arab country has highlighted that four people were injured in the air strike in the vicinity of the town of Broma, where there are several camps for internally displaced persons due to the conflict.
He also highlighted that Syrian activists have indicated that the bombings by Russian planes were carried out in Joke and the crossing of Al Habet, areas under the control of Hayat Tahrir al Sham (HTS) and other allied groups.
The province of Idlib and the Aleppo and Hama areas are in the hands of various armed groups, the most important of which is the HTS. The Syrian government, with the support of Moscow, has argued that the offensive is part of its fight against terrorism in the country.