Assad regime attacks kindergarten in Idlib in Syria, kills 2

Bashar Assad’s regime attacked a kindergarten in The province of Idlib, in the northwest of Syria, killing two civilians – one of who was a school principal – in in addition to injuring three teachers.

Assad regime forces and Iran-backed groups are based in Province of Saraqeb in the south-east of Idlib attacked the school in the village of Eafes using ground armament.

The wounded in the attack were transferred to the nearest hospital.

Idlib region Turkey’s eastern border home at about 3 millions people and it’s one of the last pockets to oppose Damascus.

For years, the Assad regime ignored the needs and safety of the syrian people, aiming only for further territorial gains and crushing the opposition. To this end, the regime has for years have bombed civilian facilities such as schools, hospitals and residential areas, causing displacement of almost half of that of the country population.

The Idlib de-escalation zone was forged as part of an agreement between Turkey and Russia. the area Has been subject of multiple stop-fire agreements, which have been frequently violated by the Assad regime and its allies.

A fragile truce has been negotiated between Moscow and Ankara in March 2020 in response to months of combat by the Russian-backed regime. nearly a million people fled the Assad regime offensive yet the regime still frequently carries out attacks on civilians, preventing most from returning to their homes and forcing them to stay in makeshift camps.

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