Displaced Syrian children play in mud after rain at a camp in Kafr Dariyan, a short distance from the border with Turkey.
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Shelling in Syria's Idlib province killed at least seven civilians Friday, the largest one-day loss of life there since Russian airstrikes stopped in mid-August, an activist group said.The activist group said seven people, including three women and three children, died in Rafa village in southeast Idlib province Friday.Many feared that a government offensive in Idlib would trigger a new refugee crisis as the region is home to some 3 million people, many of them already displaced by the war from other parts of Syria.Syria's government has insisted that the buffer zone deal is temporary and that Idlib would eventually revert to government control.Turkey launched two incursions into Syria, in 2016 and 2018, into areas west of the Euphrates, pushing Daesh (ISIS) militants as well as Syrian Kurdish fighters from its border.
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