Syrian Observatory: First air strikes near Idlib since Russia-Turkey deal

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BEIRUT (Reuters) – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said warplanes struck rebel territory in northwest Syria for the first time since Russia and Turkey agreed to create a buffer zone in September.

The UK-based monitoring group said the air strikes hit the suburbs west of Aleppo city, near Idlib province.

Reporting by Ellen Francis; Editing by Mark Potter

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