Around 25 schools in Syrian opposition-held areas have been targeted by Russian warplanes in recent months, a Syrian opposition official said.
The officials said this week that Russian air strikes are primarily targeting opposition-held areas and are generally not attacking DAESH.
Russia’s air strikes in Syria started on September 30, 2015 and since then the attacks have killed “hundreds” of citizens, according to the Amnesty International report.
The indiscriminate air strikes have destroyed mosques, hospitals, bakeries and schools.
The ongoing Syrian civil war has left more than 250,000 people dead and has turned the country into the world’s single-largest source of refugees and displaced persons, according to the UN figures.