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Around 75 members of Syrian rebel groups backed by Turkey have died this Monday in bombings carried out by russian planes against a training camp located in the province of Idlib, in northwest Syria, as reported by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

The organization, based in London and informants in the Asian country, has detailed that the bombings, which have reached a Failaq al Sham (Levant Legion) camp in the Jabal al-Duailá region, have left at least 78 dead and more 90 injured, in addition to an unknown number of missing.

He also stated that in the camp he was preparing to hold a graduation ceremony for a group of rebels who had received training from Failaq al Sham, an alliance of about 20 Islamist rebel groups created in 2014.

Idlib province and several areas of Aleppo and Hama are in the hands of various armed groups, the most important of which is Hayat Tahrir al Sham (HTS). The Syrian government, supported militarily by Russia, has defended that the offensive is part of its fight against terrorism in the country.



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