Violence has been rising in recent weeks in Idlib, the last-rebel enclave between the regime and its allied forces and insurgents on the edge of a territory that is home to nearly 4 million people, despite a truce brokered in March 2020.
More than 2,000 humanitarian workers took part in the demonstration ahead of a July 10 deadline for a decision on whether the Bab al Hawa crossing will remain open for aid.
We look at the human and financial cost of the war according to the data from UN bodies, international NGOs and Syrian civil society groups.
Syrian state TV has quoted an unnamed military official as saying that most of the Israeli missiles were shot down before reaching their targets near Damascus.
Syria regime shelling killed five Turkish soldiers in flashpoint Idlib province prompting Ankara's response in which 76 regime soldiers were eliminated, according to Turkey's defence minister.
The Syrian regime killed at least 186 children in chemical attacks, the Syrian Network for Human Rights said. Another 305 children died of malnutrition and medicine shortages in the areas besieged by the regime.
The committee is to include 150 members — a third picked by the regime, another by the opposition, and the remaining third by the United Nations.
At least 120 journalists have been killed in Syria in relation to their work since the war began in 2011, according to research by Committee to Protect Journalists.
The Mi-8 helicopter was on its was to Hmeymim Air Base from Allepo when it was struck by ground fire and crashed in Allepo killing three crew members and two officers.
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