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27 Nov 2020 | 04:43 PM UTC

Syria: Government forces renew shelling of rebel positions in southern Idlib province November 27

Syria News Alert

Government forces renew shelling of rebel positions in southern Idlib province on November 27; further attacks likely in medium term

TIMEFRAME expected from 11/27/2020, 12:00 AM until 11/29/2020, 11:59 PM (Asia/Damascus). COUNTRY/REGION Idlib province


Government forces renewed their shelling of rebel positions in southern Idlib province on Friday, November 27. Reports suggest that troops bombarded the areas of Al-Fatira, Kansafra, and Sufuhn in the vicinity of Jabal Al-Zawiya. Meanwhile, shelling was reported in the vicinity of Al-Ankawi and Qalidin in the Al-Ghab area of neighbouring Hama province. Reports suggest that Russian aircraft had carried out airstrikes in the hills around Jabal Al-Akrad in Latakia province during the evening of Thursday, November 26. The attacks come amid a recent resumption of clashes between rebel and government forces around Idlib, the last rebel enclave in the country's northwest, after a resumption of operations by Syrian troops in October.

Further attacks are likely in the Idlib province in the medium term.


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