Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that Russian and regime strikes hit two hospitals in two different towns in northeastern Syria and they were both closed due to the heavy damage.
The attackers used two motorcycles laced with remote-controlled explosives as they targetted civilians in the district centre of Jarabulus, Turkey's defence ministry said.
Britain-based monitor, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the strike hit the village of Jabala in the south of the Idlib region and that the victims were all from a single family.
Several others were wounded during clashes in Yemen's second city Aden as violence flares between pro-government fighters and those seeking an independent south.
Air strikes carried out by the Syrian regime and Russia targeted multiple towns in Idlib and Hama provinces.
Some 445,000 of the Hudaida residents have fled since June, a figure that underscores the dire situation in and around the city that serves as the main entry point for food and aid, the UNHCR said.
Rebels attacked Congolese army positions and several neighborhoods of Beni which is at the center of the latest deadly Ebola outbreak.
At least 14 people were also wounded as Indian troops fired live ammunition, shotguns and teargas on protesters in the Indian-administered Kashmir.
Russian warplanes targeted a marketplace in Harem district of the province. White Helmets civil defence agency said at least 42 civilians were killed and 72 others were injured in the air strikes.
Turkish military footage shows civilians trying to leave the town despite YPG/PKK attempts to block their way.
Syrian regime continues to target the besieged civilians in the opposition-held enclave which the UN body for children describes a "hell on earth." Meanwhile, ICRC says a convoy of 13 aid trucks was allowed to enter a town of enclave.
“If Syrians could solve their own problems, it would be much better,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said. Meanwhile, civilians are leaving Afrin ahead of a possible Turkish military operation.
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