Shelling in Syria's Idlib kills 14
Idlib has been under government control since the beginning of the Syrian conflict in 2011. (AFP/File)
Mortar shells hit government-held areas of Idlib Monday, killing 14, Associated Press reports.
State TV said the mortar shells hit residential areas and a market, wounding at least 50 people.
According to AP, no one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks.
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