At least 100 people were killed and dozens more were wounded in an airstrike on a Syrian military college in the Aleppo countryside on Friday, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).
The SOHR said that the airstrike was carried out by drones, and that it targeted the Hanano Military College near the town of Aleppo. The SOHR said that the airstrike was the deadliest attack on the Syrian military since the start of the civil war in 2011.
The Syrian government blamed Israel for the airstrike, but Israel has not commented on the allegations. The SOHR said that it is unclear who carried out the airstrike, but that it is possible that it was carried out by a coalition of countries that are opposed to the Syrian government.
The airstrike comes as the Syrian government is battling rebels in the Idlib province. The Syrian government has been accused of using chemical weapons in its attacks on rebels in Idlib, and the United States has warned that it will respond if the Syrian government uses chemical weapons again.
The airstrike on the Hanano Military College is a major blow to the Syrian government. The college is one of the most prestigious military academies in Syria, and it has trained many of the Syrian military’s senior officers.
The airstrike is also a major setback for the Syrian government’s efforts to retake the Idlib province. The rebels in Idlib are well-armed and well-trained, and they are supported by Turkey. The Syrian government is unlikely to be able to retake the Idlib province without the support of Russia or Iran.
The airstrike on the Hanano Military College is a reminder of the brutality of the Syrian civil war. The war has killed hundreds of thousands of people and displaced millions more. The war has also created a humanitarian crisis in Syria.
The United Nations has called for an immediate end to the Syrian civil war. The UN has also called for the Syrian government to allow humanitarian aid to reach those who need it.