Assad regime forces shelled on Monday several villages and towns in in the countryside of Idleb, Hama and Aleppo.
Radio Fresh’s correspondent reported that Assad regime forces shelled the vicinity of Enkawi village in Sahl al-Ghab in Hama countryside, however no civilian casualties were recorded.
The correspondent added that al-Abzmo, Sahara, and Tkad in western Aleppo countryside were subjected to heavy artillery shelling, and no human casualties were reported.
Assad regime forces targeted with heavy artillery the vicinity Kansafra village and Feilfel village, south of Idleb, and there were no reports of human casualties.
The Office of the United Nations Organization for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) documented the displacement of nearly 3,000 families in the northwestern region of Syria, 2,400 of whom were displaced from the countryside of Jarablus city, southeast of Aleppo, from the beginning of this September until last Tuesday.
The UN office said in a report that the displacement of families came as a result of the military escalation the region has been witnessing, which has increased in recent days.
The office added that it had received reports of an increase in the pace of shelling since the beginning of this September, pointing out that the escalation caused the death of four civilians, including two children, and the injury of 21 others, including 10 children.