This picture shows the destruction after government forces' bombings in the town of Al Habit on the southern edges of the rebel-held Idlib province on September 9, 2018. / AFP / OMAR HAJ KADOUR
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Russian and Syrian jets resumed intensive strikes in Idlib and Hama on Sunday, residents and rescuers said, as Damascus stepped up its assault on the rebels' last major stronghold after a Russian-Iranian-Turkish summit failed to agree a ceasefire.Russian jets were believed to have hit the nearby towns of Latamneh and Kafr Zeita in northern Hama in a succession of raids, an organization which monitors air strikes in Syria and a rebel source said.The province is Syria's last major stronghold of active opposition to the rule of President Bashar al-Assad.Russian and Syrian warplanes have resumed their bombing campaign a day after a summit of the presidents of Turkey, Iran and Russia on Friday failed to agree on a ceasefire that would forestall the offensive.
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