Monday, June 11, 2018

UN chief calls to investigate Idlib attack

UN chief calls to investigate Idlib attack
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for a new investigation regarding the recent airstrikes in the Syrian province of Idlib, the UN press service stated on Sunday.

According to the statement, the Secretary-General “calls for a full investigation of the attacks, in particular, allegations that there was a second strike to the emergency services that arrived to aid the people.”

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  1. Russia denied involvement in any aerial bombardment targeting Idleb province on Thursday.

    All of the so-called ‘The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights’ and the ‘The White Helmets’ statements regarding an alleged Russian airstrike yesterday night near Zardana town in Idleb province are ‘untrue, do not correspond to reality,’ a statement published on the Russian Defense Ministry’s website said.

    Instead, the ministry cited information that “fierce battles took place between the large group of the terrorist organization Jebhat Al Nusra and the irreconcilable group Jaysh al-Ahrar, using heavy artillery weapons, in the specified area of Idleb Province.”

    Since earlier this year, infighting has raged between terrorist organizations in Idleb city and countryside and parts of Aleppo countryside with different kinds of weapons including heavy artillery, car bombs and rocket launchers, not to mention assassinations on both sides that have left scores of terrorists and civilians dead.


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