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Two rebel commanders said Turkey had ordered the bulk of this force to move towards the Idlib frontlines.

The Russian defence ministry, citing Idlib residents, said film crews from several Middle Eastern TV channels - as well as "a regional branch of a leading U.S. news channel" - had arrived for the shoot in the city of Jisr Al Shughur in Idlib.

However Russia's Syria envoy said on Tuesday it would be up to Turkey to separate terrorist elements from the moderate opposition.

"They have this capacity to kill and destroy", Laerke said". Last week, Russian and Syrian warplanes resumed a bombing campaign in Idlib, the last rebel enclave in Syria, after weeks of quiet, in an apparent prelude to a full-scale offensive.

Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock's comments in Geneva came days after Iran and Russian Federation backed a military campaign in the rebel-held area despite Turkey's pleas for a cease-fire.

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"They hit with four rockets so we escaped with our flock", he said.

Turkey, which has sent troops to Idlib and supports some of the armed opposition, called for "an immediate ceasefire" and urged "the worldwide community to vocally and actively support our efforts to this end".

Although Cavusoglu said his country is willing to work "with all partners and actors in Syria", he cautioned that it must be toward the goal of limiting the civilian death toll in Idlib as much as possible. "The United States followed through when we said that we would respond to the use of chemical weapons". Let's stop this civil war in Idlib. "We are trying to find a solution to this problem but as we see it this is really the only way".

Feridun Sinirlioglu, the Turkish ambassador to the United Nations, made it clear that his country is opposed to an assault on Idlib. Erdogan urged the global community to take action or face "security risks for Turkey, the rest of Europe and beyond".

The photo released by Turkey's Hurriyet Daily News on September 10, 2018 shows Turkish military vehicles on their way to the Syrian border.

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In the article, Erdogan said "All members of the global community must understand their responsibilities as the assault on Idlib looms".

Erdogan failed to secure a pledge for a ceasefire from Russian Federation and Iran at a trilateral summit in Tehran.

"A regime assault [in Idlib] would also create serious humanitarian and security risks for Turkey, the rest of Europe and beyond", he added.

"It is crucial for the USA, which has concentrated on chemical attacks, to reject its arbitrary hierarchy of death". Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the hostages were believed to be held captive in Tulul Al-Safa.

Haley warned of dire consequences if mass casualties were caused if the assault went ahead. The Turkish army has also sent troops into Syrian rebel-held territory further east, in an area north of Aleppo city.

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