World Bulletin / News Desk
Thirty people have been killed and many wounded in southwestern Syria in an airstrike carried out by regime forces.
Those killed include many women and children.
The strike hit a town near the second largest province, Aleppo, where it leveled three buildings and damaged many others.
Bulldozers helped pull several people from under the debris. They were carried to field hospitals nearby.
Citizens took part in the search for survivors.
A small girl found alive proved emotional for those around, who shouted "God is great!” as they continued to help search efforts.