Turkish journalists survive attack in Syria’s Idlib

Turkish journalists survive attack in Syria’s Idlib

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Turkish journalists survive attack in Syria’s Idlib

Turkish journalists from Demirören News Agency had a close brush with death in Syria’s Idlib as the regime’s air forces unleashed heavy airstrikes on the region.

The aircrafts have been launching airstrikes on the Khan Sheikun district of Idlib and nearby villages since the early hours of May 8, injuring and killing many.

Hundreds of civilians evacuated their homes and started travelling towards the Maarrat Al-Nu’man district and central Idlib.

Turkish reporters, who were in the region to deliver the latest news, also hit the road to central Idlib due to security concerns.

While the journalists were on the way, an aircraft dropped a bomb near their vehicle.

The car was severely damaged yet the reporters’ escaped injury.

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