At least 25 people were killed on Sunday in Syrian government air strikes on the rebel-held town of Darkush in northwestern Idlib province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said.
The Britain-based group said women and children were among the dead in the strikes, which came a day after the regime lost control of a key strategic town elsewhere in the province.
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