April 14 - Activists say Syria's government levelled part of the city of Idlib with airstrikes over the weekend. Andrew Raven reports.
Warning - Video contains graphic material What looks like a fighter jet thunders across the skies of nothern Syria. Then... a bomb starts tumbling toward what is said to be the embattled city of Idlib. Seconds later - chaos. Activists say the bombing was carried out by Syria's government - and called it the latest attack on civilians amid an increasingly brutal civil war. Reuters cannot verify the content of this video, which was obtained from a social media site. Other footage shows the injured being rushed to hospital, many in the back of civilian cars and pickups. Among the wounded were several children. It was not immediately known how many died or were injured in the attack. About 70,000 people have died during what is now a two-year uprising against President Bashar al-Assad. Activists say March was the bloodiest month yet, with more than 6,000 people killed - a third of them civilians.