UN warns of humanitarian disaster in Syria's Idlib

About 500 civilians have been killed since the Syrian government offensive began nine weeks ago.

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    In Syria, the devastation of continued air raids on Idlib is being laid bare.

    Nearly 500 civilians - many of them women and children - have been killed since the Russia-backed Syrian government offensive began nine weeks ago.

    On the ground, Syrian forces are being accused of conducting a scorched-earth policy of destroying crops.

     

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.


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