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BEIRUT (Reuters) - Air strikes killed at least 18 people including five children in a town in Syrian rebel-controlled Idlib province on Saturday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and the civil defence rescue service reported.
The death toll from the air strikes in Urum al-Joz was expected to rise, said the Observatory, a Britain-based organisation that reports on the war using a network of sources in Syria.
The Civil Defence, which operates in rebel-held areas, said on a Twitter feed that the two air raids on the town on Saturday afternoon had killed 19 and wounded 22.
Scores of people were killed in a suspected chemical attack on Tuesday in the Idlib town of Khan Sheikhoun.
The United States launched a cruise missile attack on a Syrian air base in response to the attack. The Syrian government has denied any responsibility.
(Writing by Tom Perry; Editing by Mary Milliken)