As Tehran talks failed to reach consensus regarding Assad's plans to attack Idlib, locals in the region are staring at a possible bloodbath with no place to hide.
Jaish al Islam opposition group will put down heavy weapons and leave Douma town of the besieged enclave for northern Syria, according to regime media reports.
In the early hours of Tuesday more than 6,700 people left the opposition-held eastern Ghouta near Damascus as the regime still threatens to bomb the area.
Eastern Ghouta was the opposition's final stronghold on the edge of Damascus, but beleaguered opposition groups are now left with less than 10 percent of their one-time bastion.
The warplanes hit near a school in opposition-held Saraqib district of the province, a war monitor and a rescue group say. The dead include 16 children. Meanwhile, an opposition group has agreed to evacuate a town in besieged eastern Ghouta.
Twelve members of the Failaq al Rahman opposition group in eastern Ghouta, including two of its commanders, have been killed according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
As Syrian regime's Russian-backed assault on eastern Ghouta enters fourth week, key figures in an opposition-held town evacuation offer. But opposition groups in enclave vow they will fight on.
Ahrar al Sham and Nour al Din al Zinki joined forces and are fighting against the most powerful group in Idlib, HTS, which has started to lose territory. But dynamics on ground are changing rapidly every day.
Ahrar al Sham and Nureddine al Zinki rebel groups announce the formation of the Syrian Liberation Front in the northwest of the war-torn country.
The United Nations said this month that 400,000 civilians face catastrophe in eastern Ghouta, a pocket of satellite towns and farms near the capital. Aid deliveries are blocked and hundreds of people need urgent medical evacuation.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said regime warplanes carried out air strikes in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta since a cessation of hostilities was declared on Saturday.
After heavy fighting last week between rebel groups Ahrar al Sham and Hayat Tahrir al Sham for control of Idlib, the latter pulled out of the city after a ceasefire deal was reached.
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