A toxic gas attack, allegedly by Syrian warplanes, kills at least 83 and injures many more in rebel-held Khan Shaykhun, Idlib.
At least 83 people — including 25 children — died and at least 350 others were injured in the incident in northern Idlib province, southwest of Aleppo, the relief agency UOSSM told NBC News.
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A Russian airstrike using napalm kills at least ten civilians, including four children and six women from one family, in Idlib's town of Khan Shaykhun, according to the leader of the White Helmets.
Russia and Turkey announce a demilitarized zone in Syria's Idlib Governorate and rule out any military operations.
The evacuations of Shia towns Al-Fu'ah and Kafriya in the northern Idlib Governorate begin, as part of a deal between rebel forces and the Syrian government.
Rebel fighters start evacuating from Douma, Eastern Ghouta, Syria, and head to Idlib Governorate on government buses. Douma is the last rebel stronghold in Eastern Ghouta.
Evacuations of 7,500 people from rebel-held Harasta, Eastern Ghouta begin. Rebels agree with the Syrian government and Russia for the displaced people to be exiled in Idlib Governorate.