The situation in Syria is getting worse. On Friday, Russia and Syria’s army bombarded the targets of the terrorists, in which 28 people died. The news agency AFP gave this information on behalf of the monitoring organization. Bombing took place in north-western Syria.
Al-Qaida supported group has a very strong hold in this area, which is being tried to uproot. In the past weeks, fighter aircraft have blown up in this area, causing threat to life for three million citizens. Earlier on Tuesday, Russian fighter aircraft had also bombed, in which 25 people were killed. The Russian planes had dropped bombs in the Idalib area, which included schools and medical centers.
People and citizens engaged in relief and rescue work told news agency Reuters that the Sukhoi fighters of Russia threw bombs in Jabala village of Southern Idalib province, in which 13 people died. Another man said that the Russian planes also targeted Khan Shaikhoun, Kafar Bakht and several other villages. 12 civilians were killed in this attack.
Russia launched air strikes in Syria in late April. So far 1,500 people have died in the bombing, more than half of them are civilians. The UN and the agencies engaged in relief and rescue operations told that more than 3 lakh people have gathered on the border near Turkey to save lives.
So far no major success has been achieved in Russia to overthrow terrorists in northern Hamas and southern Idlib province. This area is considered to be a stronghold of Turkish-backed and al-Qa’ida groups. Russia and the Syrian army have been alleging that they want to disrupt life in those areas, in which citizens live. But they say they are competing with al-Qaida supporters.