On Jan. 27, 2018, SMART films an aspect of the trade in the livestock market in the village of Kokba in Southern Idlib, Northern Syria. The prices of livestock have decreased by 40 percent due to the displacement of people from the southern Idlib countryside. The displacement was caused by the military campaign of the Syrian loyalist forces on the towns and villages of Idlib. One of the sheep traders, Nuri al-Hassan, said that the price of a sheep, which used to be 80 thousand Syrian pounds, is now 40 thousand pounds. He added that his parents were unable to afford a barn for their sheep, which forced them to sell the sheep at a loss. The loyalist forces have launched a military campaign with the support of Russian warplanes, gaining control the Abu al-Duhur military airport and dozens of villages, while killing and injuring dozens of civilians, in addition to the destruction of several vital centers and the displacement of thousands, according to UN statistics.