Reports: Russian air strikes kill dozens in northwestern Syria (
This article was originally published by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and is reprinted with permission. Suspected Russian air strikes on a camp in northwestern Syria run by Turkish-backed militia fighters have reportedly killed at least 50 people and wounded scores of others. Youssef Hammud, a spokesman for Syrian opposition groups, blamed Russia for the October 26 air strikes in the mainly rebel-held province of Idlib that targeted a military training camp for the Islamist group Faylaq Al-Sham. The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights put the number of dead at 78, with nearly 90 wounded. The group said it suspected