Syrian government shelling injures civilian in southern Idlib
Idlib - SMART
On Tuesday, the Syrian government forces shelled the city of Khan Sheikhun, 55 kilometers south of Idlib, Northern Syria, injuring a civilian.
Local activists reported that the Syrian government forces stationed in the Kubaybat al-Huda camp shelled the city, injuring a civilian. The civilian was transferred to a nearby medical clinic.
The Syrian government forces stationed in the Abu Dali village in Idlib, and in the villages of Ma'an and Atshan in Hama, also shelled the town of al-Tamaniah and the villages of al-Tah and Sakik, southern Idlib, according to the activists.
The activists added that the Russian forces stationed in the village of Salba and Kubaybat al-Huda, Hama, shelled the village of al-Qasabiya, southern Idlib, causing only material damage.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Syrian government forces shelled the city of Maarrat al-Nu’man, southern Idlib, killing and injuring more than 36 civilians.
The Syrian government forces and Russian frequently shell the governorate of Idlib, killing and injuring civilians, although Idlib is under the Russian-Turkish agreement that includes a ceasefire in the area.