How the Idlib massacre happened

More than 100 people were killed including children, women, and the elderly by rockets filled with poison gas in the town of Khan Sheikhoun, in the Southern suburb of Idlib on Tuesday morning.

Witnesses in northern Hama countryside confirmed that the warplane that bombed the site was a Sukhoi Su-22, which was also confirmed by Russia in a statement.

The Kremlin spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov, announced that Russia will continue its military operations supporting the Syrian regime and President Bashar al-Assad after the regime air force unleashed the chemical attack on Idlib.

Sham News Network reported that the Syrian regime threw explosive barrels containing sarin gas, which resulted in civilians suffocating.


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