While Syrian government forces and warplanes attack Western-backed militants in the area of Aleppo city, the Russian Aerospace Forces focus on militant targets and supply lines in the province of Idlib, mostly controlled by Jabhat Fatah al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of Al-Qaeda) and linked groups.
Militant supply lines along the Aleppo-Hama highway attract special attention of Russian warplanes. It’s complicated to estimate the total number of air strikes delivered since Friday. However, local sources and pro-militant outlets report about 15-20 air strikes every day. Unofrunately, the Russian Defense Ministry does not provide information about delivered air strikes.
In turn, pro-militant media outlets report that alleged Russian warplanes continue to bomb schools and hospitals in the Idlib and Aleppo countryside. According to Step News Agency, Russian air strikes hit a school in the village of Has in Idlib province on November 20.
— Step News Agency EN (@Step_Agency1) November 21, 2016