İrem UZUN - TDO- Missiles fired by Syrian regime forces killed eight civilians, including four children and their teacher, in Idlib province on Wednesday, according to monitors.Part of the Abdo Al-Salama School building in the town of Sarmeen had been turned into a shelter for displaced people.

At least 16 others were injured in the attack, part of a months-long government offensive in Idlib, said war monitor the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).A French Press Agency correspondent in Sarmeen saw the remains of a missile, which was several metres long, fuming in a nearby olive grove.The attack was part of a continuing offensive which has seen Syrian troops capture more than 40 villages and hamlets in Idlib over the past two weeks.

In late April, the Syrian government and allied Russians launched a large-scale campaign against rebels in Idlib.In recent weeks, the offensive has intensified, forcing thousands to flee for safer areas.Since 15 December, shortly after the end of negotiations in the Kazakh capital Nursultan (formerly known as Astana), Russian and regime forces intensified their bombardment of Idlib province which is the last rebel-held area in Syria. Scores of civilians have been killed.According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), more than 235,000 people were displaced between December 12 and 25 due to the violence.

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