Refugee camp bombed near Aleppo: Multiple casualties reported, blame game begins

Refugee camp bombed

The UN has condemned the bombing of a Syrian refugee camp in Sarmada, a city 30 kilometers from Aleppo, in which dozens of civilians, including women and children, were allegedly killed or injured. A video has emerged showing the aftermath of attack.

Sarmada is located in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province close to the Turkish border and is said to be controlled by rebel factions fighting the government of President Bashar Assad. The makeshift camp that was targeted is said to have been accommodating up to 2,000 people that had fled the war-torn areas seeking safety.

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