Russian warplanes kill 7 civilians in Idlib
Russian warplanes conducted a deadly airstrike today on a popular marketplace in Idlib countryside, killing a group of civilians in a heavily populated area.
Orient News’s Hashem al-Abdullah, reporting from Idlib countryside, said, "seven civilians were immediately killed after Russian warplanes conducted a deadly airstrike on al-Tsa’a Farm in Idlib countryside."
The death toll will increase as there are critical injuries, Orient News’s correspondent says.
Civil defense volunteers are still recovering the bodies from under the leveled-to-the- ground houses.
Idlib was declared a de-escalation zone by the three guarantor states (Russia, Iran, Turkey) on the fifteenth of September, but no day of de-escaltion has been observed so far.
Two Russians captured by ISIS in Deir ez-Zoor
ISIS terrorists captured on Thursday (Sep. 28) two Russian after conducting a sudden attack on their vehicle in a desert area in Deri ez-Zoor.
ISIS-affiliated Amaq news agency said the two Russians and three Assad terrorists were captured in the operation.
Activists said ISIS terrorists launched an offensive on Thursday afternoon, during which they recaptured the village of "Shula" and some parts of the "Kabbaj" town in the south-west of the oil-rich Syrian city of Deir ez-Zoor.
Meanwhile, Russian warplanes intensified airstrikes on ISIS-controlled areas in Deir ez-zoor, killing and injuring tens of civilians in the ISIS-areas.
It is worthy to note that Russian military built a floating bridge on which hundreds of military vehicles could pass into the other bank of the Euphrates River.
On 25 of September, Russian defense ministry announced the death of Russian Lieutenant General Valery Asapov, who was serving as an adviser to Assad terrorists in Deir ez-Zoor.