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Smoke was seen in the skies near Idlib, Syria on Tuesday air strikes on the towns of Al-Bara, to the south of the city, and Balyun.
Two of Syrian warplanes were shot down by Turkish forces inside northwest Syria, the country's official news agency SANA reported on Sunday. Earlier that day, pro-government Syrian forces downed a Turkish drone.
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Turkey blocked access to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram after an airstrike killed at least 33 of its troops in Idlib, according to internet monitoring groups.
Turkey has suggested it will stop preventing migrants from crossing through en route to Europe, which would be in breach of a pact made with the bloc in 2106.
"Idlib is about to be the most catastrophic humanitarian situation in history," a Syrian White Helmets volunteer told Euronews.
More than 900,000 people have been displaced by violence in northwest Syria in fewer than three months.
The Finnish government says it has agreed to take in 175 asylum-seekers from camps in Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Malta "to alleviate the humanitarian situation" experienced by refugees in the Mediterranean members of the European Union.
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Weeks of intensive aerial bombardment has sent huge numbers fleeing northwards closer to the Turkish border.
Turkey's foreign minister says Ankara and Moscow are working to keep peace efforts for Syria alive despite a deadly clash between Turkish and Syrian forces
Displaced Syrians flee towards the border with Turkey after an offensive by Syrian government forces in the rebel-held northwestern region, Idlib.
Hundreds of families fled their homes in northwestern Syria amid intense bombardment by Syrian government and Russian forces.
Hundreds of Syrians in Turkey gathered outside the Russian consulate in Istanbul on Saturday to protest about Russian backed Syrian government offensive in the Idlib province. The bombardments have caused 230,000 people to be displaced in just two weeks.
Activists distribute Christmas presents to displaced Syrian children living in the Washukanni camp.
Government forces have been bombarding southern and eastern Idlib province, the last rebel stronghold in the war-torn country, since late November.
At least eight people, including five children, were on Christmas Eve in Russian airstrikes in northwest Syria.
Troops taking part in 'Holiday Express' transported stockings stuffed with gifts to five bases in the country's east. A military band also travelled by helicopter, playing Christmas carols as the troops received their presents.
"Turkey cannot handle a new refugee wave from Syria," Erdogan said, adding that 80,000 people from Syria's Idlib had fled toward the Turkish border.
An online poll on the repatriation of women linked to so-called Islamic State sparked controversy and embarrassed for the new government.
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Turkish officals say they have captured the sister of dead Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the northern Syrian town of Azaz.
A car bomb killed a dozen people and injured 30 on Saturday in Tel Abyad, a Syrian border town that Turkish-backed forces seized last month.