Russian warplanes kill White Helmets media volunteer in Idlib's Khan Sheikhoun

| 22.07,19. 07:57 AM |

Russian warplanes kill White Helmets media volunteer in Idlib's Khan Sheikhoun

Assad-Russian warplanes have killed a media activist in Idlib southern countryside, Orient News correspondent said.

Anas Dyab, a volunteer in the White Helmets rescuers was killed in the city of Khan Sheikhoun by the Assad regime's and Russia's airstrikes in the heavily-bombed city.

The White Helmets or the Civil Defence volunteers are the first responders to the attacks conducted by Assad terrorists and Russian warplanes.

The volunteers provide pictures of the attacks on YouTube and other social media outlets without a logo to be run on international TV channels.

Many White Helmets volunteers have been killed or injured by the Russian and Assad bombing campaign which was launched on the 30th of April.  


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