Syrians flee Idlib offensive

People are fleeing their homes to get away from the second day of an escalated air campaign on Idlib by the Syrian government and Russia.

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    Of the three million people currently in Idlib, one million have already moved several times over the seven years that Syria has been embroiled in conflict.

    Now some of them are moving again, seeking safety for themselves and their families as regime forces, supported by its Russian ally, continue their attack on Idlib.

     

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from Antakya, on the Turkey-Syria border.


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