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Survivors Pulled From Rubble After Airstrikes in Idlib City

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Survivors Pulled From Rubble After Airstrikes in Idlib City

Survivors Pulled From Rubble After Airstrikes in Idlib City

At least 12 people, including seven children, were killed when airstrikes hit the city of Idlib, Syria, on March 13, according to the Syria Civil Defense, also known as the White Helmets.Both the White Helmets and pro-opposition media said Russian airstrikes hit residential neighborhoods.

Video seen by Storyful showed smoke rising from a location near a school and a hospital.Russia media, citing officials, reported that a Russian airstrike targeted a Hayat Tahrir al-Sham munitions stockpile in the city.Footage by the Syria Civil Defense showed rescue operations as they continued into the night after the strikes.

Rescuers managed to pull a number of people from the rubble.

Credit: Syria Civil Defense via Storyful

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