Syrian regime strikes leave at least 13 dead in Idlib border town
Government air strikes have left at least 13 people dead in a small town on Syria's Turkish border, according to the Associated Press Sunday.
AP sources from the Idlib News Group and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that two regime attacks struck Kfar Tarakhim Sunday in Idlib province Sunday, leaving residential buildings destroyed and at least 13 dead thus far.
One witness to the event uploaded a video of the strikes showing a man carrying a child with a burnt face out of building that caught fire from the late Saturday attack.
Regime forces have been trying to retake a military airport and several rebel-controlled villages in Idlib.
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