Air strikes hit parts of the Idlib region in northwest Syria, the country's last major insurgent stronghold, a war monitoring group and a rescue service said on Thursday.
There was no immediate comment from Damascus or Moscow. Both say they target only militants.
The U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said warplanes, which it believed were Russian, struck the southern countryside of Idlib and a village in nearby Hama province.
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The Civil Defence, an emergency service that operates in rebel territory, said air strikes damaged its centre in the village of al-Tamanaa in Idlib.
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