Residents said the plane crashed near the vegetable market causing a “huge blast.”
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A Syrian army aircraft crashed during a bombing run over rebel-held Ariha on Monday, killing at least 31 people and destroying a vegetable market, a monitoring group and residents said.Five of them have not been identified," Abdel Rahman said, citing medical officials and residents inside the town.He said at least 60 people were wounded in the attack on Ariha, which is in Syria's northwest province of Idlib.The Damascus regime has relied heavily on its monopoly of air power in Syria's 4-year-old civil war, repeatedly pounding rebel-held towns.In mid-January, at least 35 government troops were killed when a military aircraft crashed in Idlib.
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