The Free Syrian Police (FSP) has been key to the establishment of law and order in Syria's north over the past six years. As the Assad regime readies for an offensive on Idlib province, the Free Syrian Police say they will continue to protect civilians.
Residents and observers have for weeks anticipated a government assault on Idlib Province, the last rebel-held province in Syria. Students who have just started their school year are afraid that they might have to half their education if an offensive is launched.
On Tuesday, airstrikes, the first in weeks, kills citizens in Idlib, the last rebel-held province in Syria, and raises fears amongst the international community, that an all-out government offensive is bound to happen soon.
The White Helmets said armed men stormed the Al-Hader center in the northern Aleppo province in Syria during a pre-dawn attack and fired on the first responders inside, killing four on spot and one who died in the hospital later.