Syria's war: Desperation after Idlib displacement

Al Jazeera meets Syrians struggling after barely escaping last rebel-held province.

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    The bombardment of Idlib province by Syrian army artillery and Russian air raids has led to the significant displacement of people.

    Syrians who have fled their homes in the last remaining rebel-held area describe the offensive as indiscriminate, with shells hitting homes and hospitals.

    Many of the displaced are living in desperate conditions in camps near the Turkish border.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports.


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