Dozens of terrorists have been killed and scores injures in the overnight air raids in the Syrian city of Idlib, media reports say.
At least 37 Takfiri militants were killed and more than 80 others injured after airstrikes hit with precision at their gathering site, Lebanon’s al-Ahd news website reported on Tuesday.
Lebanon’s al-Mayadeen television reported that positions of Jaish al-Fatah, an ally of al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front, were bombed in the attacks.
Turkey had accused Russia of conducting heavy air raids saying they hit a hospital and a Mosque leaving more than 60 civilian killed and about 200 people injured.
Russian has defended itself saying it did not conduct any airstrikes in Idlib as reported by media outlets.
Nusra and other Takfiri terrorists hold most of the northwestern province of Idlib and parts of neighboring Aleppo province.
Worrying reports on Associated Press say that Nusra Front has recruited about 3,000 new militants, including teenagers.
The jihadist group is the official Al Qaeda branch in Syria took advantage of March ceasefire deal to recruit thousands of militants into their camps.