UN says 15.3 million people will need humanitarian protection assistance in 2023, highest number since the beginning of conflict in 2011.
The area has been the subject of multiple ceasefire agreements, which have frequently been violated by the Syrian regime and its allies.
More than 100 people have been killed by Syrian regime airstrikes in northwestern Syria since June, as increased violence in the country resulted in the largest displacement recorded since March 2020.
Leaders of the opposition training camp were among those killed in an air strike in Jabal al Dweila, according to a Syrian opposition spokesperson.
Sunni majority Syria was carved out of Ottoman Turkey in 1945, but since 1970, the Assad clan from an Alawite minority has ruled over it.
Experts say Syria's economic woes could weaken Bashar al Assad's military stranglehold over the country.
More than 20 air strikes targeted two mountains and three villages in the Jabal al Zawiya region and two other villages in the countryside of the Hama province, a war monitor and a civil defence group said.
Ankara is calling on stakeholders to "invest" instead in the UN-backed Libyan government.
Turkey's President Recep Tayip Erdogan says the Turkish Armed Forces are pursuing and neutralising terrorists non-stop, adding that its operations across the border also continue without interruption.
The patrol along the M-4 highway included "land and air elements", the Turkish Defence Ministry tweeted.
Turkish President Erdogan said the Syrian regime was using the coronavirus outbreak as an opportunity to ramp up violence in Syria's Idlib region.
Thousands of people in Athens protested against the European Union’s refugee policy, marching in solidarity with migrants and refugees who have been blocked at the Greece border from entering the EU territories.
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