From today’s Daily Sabah. The Kremlin’s strategic partner and “special and good” friend Turkey is poised to launch a major military offensive in the area even as it arms the regime in Kiev with combat drones to replicate last year’s slaughter in Nagorno-Karabakh in the Donbass and incite a Kosovo-style “humanitarian” war in Crimea.

Russian attacks on Syria’s Idlib spread panic among civilians

Russia’s continuing attacks on Syria’s last opposition bastion, Idlib, on Saturday injured a man while causing terror and panic among civilians, humanitarian groups reported.

“Russia renewed its attacks on northwestern Syria today. A civilian was seriously injured,” the White Helmets civil defense group wrote on Twitter. They added that Russia targeted a farm in Jisr al-Shoghour city in the western suburbs of Idlib.

“Fixed-wing warplanes, which we believe were Russian, fired missiles at a poultry barn that was being used for sheltering livestock in (the) Shadrani area,” the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said.


It [the Syrian Network for Human Rights] further called on the international community to take actions against the attacks of the Syrian regime and its ally Russia.


he situation for the people in Idlib worsened when the Assad regime, backed by Russia, launched an offensive on the province, causing the largest one-time displacement in the history of the Syrian civil war….


A fragile truce was brokered between Moscow and Ankara in March 2020 in response to months of fighting by the Russia-backed regime….