A humanitarian catastrophe is looming in Idlib, as air strikes target hospitals in the last rebel stronghold with Russian and Syrian regime pressing for a final showdown.
Ten children are among the dead as a result of the regime air strikes and Russian military raids which hit a makeshift camp for displaced people in the town of Maarat al Numan in Idlib.
More than 20 civilians killed in attacks by the Syrian regime, its allies on de-escalation zone in Idlib over past week.
Syrian regime shelling and air raids kill 14 more civilians, rescue services and war monitors say. The regime attacks have killed dozens of people, including children, in the country's north-west in the last few days.
As a mass evacuation continues from eastern Ghouta to Idlib under a Russian-brokered deal also guaranteed safety for remaining civilians, medics who have been systematically attacked in hospitals have no option but to leave.
UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura dubs the chemical attack in Syria's Idlib province as "horrific".
The air strikes took place in the Eastern Ghouta region, the last remaining opposition stronghold near Damascus.
A striking photo of a bloodied and dazed child who survived an air strike in Aleppo captures the desperate situation in war-torn Syria as a result of continuous bombardments.
A suicide attack near the Atmeh refugee camp in Syria's border province of Idlib kills at least 15 people.
The attacks come a day after Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad said that his forces will continue with attacks and bloodshed will not stop until ‘every inch of Syria' is taken back.
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