Syria: Jan 11; At least eight children were killed along with their teacher in a Russian air strike that hit a school in Syria's Aleppo province on Monday, a monitor said.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the strike in the town of Anjara also injured at least 20 people, all of them children and teachers.
The group said there had been heavy air strikes and clashes between government and rebel forces since Sunday in the northern province, which is controlled by a mixture of moderate and Islamist rebels.
The Britain-based monitor also reported that three children were killed by rebel rocket fire on a government-held district in Aleppo city.
The monitor said that in late December, Russian air strikes had killed more than 2,300 people since they began on September 30, among them 792 civilians.
Moscow has slammed as "absurd" allegations that its strikes have killed civilians.
More than 260,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011, with anti-government protests.