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Palestinian and Syrian Families Flee Deadly Shelling in Northern Syria

Published : 19-12-2019

Palestinian and Syrian Families Flee Deadly Shelling in Northern Syria

Dozens of Palestinian and Syrian families have fled Idlib and nearby zones due to the heavy air strikes launched by Syrian and Russian fighter jets.

Over the past week, Syrian and Russian forces have carried out daily air strikes on and around Idlib province, north of Syria, leaving dozens of civilians, mostly women and children, dead.

An AGPS reporter said dozens of Palestinian families displaced from Yarmouk and Khan Eshieh refugee camps, along with other areas south of Damascus, have voiced deep concern over their fate in the embattled northern Syria territories.

Sometime earlier, a number of Palestinian families have survived deadly strikes launched on AlKusur neighborhood by the Russian air forces.

Palestinian families taking shelter north of Syria have appealed to all humanitarian and human rights institutions to urgently step in and work on protecting them and their children against deadly attacks.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9500

Dozens of Palestinian and Syrian families have fled Idlib and nearby zones due to the heavy air strikes launched by Syrian and Russian fighter jets.

Over the past week, Syrian and Russian forces have carried out daily air strikes on and around Idlib province, north of Syria, leaving dozens of civilians, mostly women and children, dead.

An AGPS reporter said dozens of Palestinian families displaced from Yarmouk and Khan Eshieh refugee camps, along with other areas south of Damascus, have voiced deep concern over their fate in the embattled northern Syria territories.

Sometime earlier, a number of Palestinian families have survived deadly strikes launched on AlKusur neighborhood by the Russian air forces.

Palestinian families taking shelter north of Syria have appealed to all humanitarian and human rights institutions to urgently step in and work on protecting them and their children against deadly attacks.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9500