Civilians continue to die in Idlib amid Syrian forces' air raids

There were at least five children among those killed in Saturday's attack earmarking residential buildings in the town of Ariha.

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    Air attacks are intensifying in Syria's Idlib province despite the United Nations' warnings that war crimes are being committed.

    The Syrian government has been on an offensive for three months.

    On Saturday, at least 13 civilians, including several children, were killed in the raids.

    Aid groups are calling the escalation in violence a nightmare.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Istanbul.


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