On Sunday, government forces bombed the village of Hobeit in Idlib province, killing an infant girl and wounding several other civilians, the Syrian Civil Defense search-and-rescue group reported.
The organization recorded 68 air raids in the southwestern Idlib town of Khan Sheikhoun, and other villages and towns in the province and in northern Hama.
Turkey, which now hosts some 3.5 million refugees, has also said that it could not accommodate any more migrants if an attack on Idlib caused a new surge of refugees toward its border. The shelling late Friday in Mhradah killed nine civilians, according to state media.
BEIRUT/GENEVA - More than 30,000 people have so far fled their homes in northwest Syria since Syrian government and allied forces resumed air and ground bombardments there last week, the United Nations agency coordinating relief efforts said on Monday.
The rebel-held region of Idlib and adjacent areas are home to nearly 3 million people, half of whom have been displaced from other areas in the country, according to the UN.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 21 pro-regime fighters had been killed in an Isil ambush on Monday in southern Syria.
Turkish forces and Turkish-backed opposition fighters now control an area between Afrin and Jarabulus where Ankara had hoped to resettle the millions of refugees.
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It said at least four civilians were killed, including two children and a woman, a lot of them in Abdeen, a village west Khan of Sheikhoun.
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"Syrians that I talk to are always wondering why it is only chemical weapons that seem to be the red line, and that death by conventional means seems to be OK as far as the global community is concerned", Ms Abouzeid said. The group said one of its already damaged centers had been hit in the wave of airstrikes.
"The worldwide community has made it Turkey's responsibility to get rid of the extremists of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham without providing any help", Muhittin Ataman, director of foreign policy studies at Ankara-based think tank SETA, told a conference last week.
"Around four weeks ago, we knew that British intelligence was working toward a chemical attack in order to blame the Syrian government, to hold Syria responsible", Black said on Al Mayadeen, an Arab news channel based in Beirut.
Praising the moderate opposition for their contributions to Turkish campaigns in northern Syria against Daesh and PKK terrorist groups, Erdoğan added that Turkey has carried out operations without harming or displacing civilians, and the same principle should also be followed should there be an operation against extremist elements in Idlib.
The Observatory said shooting broke out when Kurdish security forces at a checkpoint demanded that regime fighters step out of their patrol vehicle but they refused. Clashes rarely erupt there over turf control and authority, and are usually a reflection of deepening political tension between the uneasy partners. The Asayish said seven of its members and 11 government personnel were killed. Many fear conscription or arrest. This prompted the clashes that lasted no more than 20 minutes, Sheikmos said.
There was no immediate comment on the clashes by the government.