Violence has been rising in recent weeks in Idlib, the last-rebel enclave between the regime and its allied forces and insurgents on the edge of a territory that is home to nearly 4 million people, despite a truce brokered in March 2020.
UNSC unanimously approves an extension of activity at the only border crossing through which humanitarian aid reaches opposition-held part of Syria after Russia agreed to a compromise in talks with US.
At least eight people, including seven children, killed as regime troops and allied militants attack villages of Iblin, Meshun and Belyun in south of Idlib province, according to White Helmets.
More than 2,000 humanitarian workers took part in the demonstration ahead of a July 10 deadline for a decision on whether the Bab al Hawa crossing will remain open for aid.
A draft UN Security Council resolution circulated would authorise the delivery of humanitarian aid to Syria across the borders of Turkey and Iraq.
According to the volunteer organisation, a Syrian regime attack targeted Iblin village in Idlib countryside, killing at least 11 people and wounding 6 others.
Wednesday's vote is the second presidential election since Syria's war began 10 years ago and has been dismissed as a sham by the opposition and several countries.
Turkish and Syrian firms are providing the northern Syrian city of Idlib with 24-hour uninterrupted electricity for the first time in six years.
Poland becomes the first NATO country to purchase Turkish UAVs, which have proved their mettle in various high-intensity conflicts.
Al Qaeda has suffered heavily in Syria due to Turkey's presence in Syria's Idlib, and is looking to hit back.
Over 53,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Idlib as part of the WHO-led COVAX programme.
New investigative report of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons reveals Syrian regime air force hit Al Talil neighbourhood in Idlib’s Saraqeb in February 2018 with chlorine bombs.
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