Syria Conflict : Air Strikes Kill At Least 20 In Syria's IDLIB

Air strikes by Syrian Government and Russian Forces killed at least 20 people in Rebel-held Northwestern Syria.

Activists and the Syrian observatory for Human Rights said, the attacks hit five villages in the IDLIB Region of the Northwest, part of the last major territorial foothold of the insurgency against President Bashar al-Assad.

Russian Jets killed at least nine people in an attack that hit a market in the village of Balyoun and another four people in a strike on the village of Al-Bara.

Five more people were killed in a Barrel Bomb attack by Syrian government Helicopters on the village of Abdita. Barrel bombs killed two more people in the villages of Jebghas and Tel Minis.

The observatory said eight children were among the dead.