Tens of thousands flee as Syrian forces continue Idlib advance

Deadly bombing prompts more civilians to flee in northwest Syria as gov't gains terrain in last rebel-held province.

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    Syrians continue to flee by the thousands from the last rebel-held stronghold of Idlib as a government offensive intensifies.

    As long lines of cars head to the Turkish border, camps are filled to overflowing and desperate families are forced to take whatever shelter they can out in the open, as Turkish aid workers scramble to help as many of them as they can.

     

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Antakya, Turkey.


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