It was unclear why the strikes, which took place Saturday, targeted members of the Faylaq al-Sham rebel group, which has taken part in peace talks supervised by Moscow in the Kazakh capital Astana.
Idlib province has been the target of heavy air strikes for the past two weeks by the regime and Russian allies after several months of calm.
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Ummer Fayaz. "The officer from Jammu and Kashmir was brutally tortured and killed by Pakistan-supported terrorists in May 2017". It was a reference to Kulbhushan Jhadav, a former Indian Navy officer, who Pakistan says it caught in Balochistan.
The Observatory initially reported a lower toll, but said the figure had risen as bodies were recovered after the strike on one of the rebel group's headquarters on the outskirts of the village of Tal Mardikh. The Faylaq Al-Sham group is an example of the confusing pairing of enemies and enemies of enemies that typify the fighting in the Syrian civil war.
The group has fought against the former al-Qaeda affiliate that now effectively controls almost the whole of Idlib province after chasing its former rebel allies from their positions in fighting this summer.
"Our participation in Astana does not in any way mean that Russian Federation is a friendly or neutral country", Idriss al-Raed told AFP.
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Of Villanueva, they commented, "Villanueva didn't follow that tenet on Sunday, undercutting his coach and his teammates". Despite this, Villanueva used his Tuesday morning (AEDT) press conference to apologise to his teammates several times.
Syria's exiled opposition blamed Russian Federation and the Syrian regime for what it called the "criminal" bombing, according to a statement. Russian Federation began an intervention in Syria in support of ally President Bashar al-Assad in 2015, and has helped the regime win back large parts of the country.
Starting from May, four de-escalation zones are being set up in Syria in line with an agreement reached in Astana by representatives of ceasefire guarantor states Russia, Iran and Turkey. The deal excludes jihadists, but is meant to otherwise halt fighting in the agreed areas.
The three countries announced on September 15 the creation of de-escalation zones in Syria under the memorandum and agreed to each contribute 500 military police to be deployed in the de-escalation zone in Syria's Idlibe province. More than 330,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011 with anti-government protests.
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