Two children and a baby have been pulled to safety from a house hit by an airstrike, as the Syrian regime continues its final push to clear rebels from Idlib.
Covered in dust, they are seen as they are carried from the wrecked building and put into an ambulance, in footage from a member of the White Helmets rescue team.
Two of the children were bloodied but did not appear seriously injured.
President Bashar al Assad’s forces are trying to defeat the last of the rebels and complete victory in the bloody nine-year civil war that has devastated the country.
Hundreds of thousands of displaced people are in the firing line after large numbers fled to Idlib – a city and province in Syria’s northwest close to the Turkish border.
Many have taken to the road to try to escape the violence.
The latest strikes killed a dozen people in Idlib, according to UK-based monitoring group The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Rescuers said Syrian and Russia planes had attacked a number of towns in the province, while the UN says hundreds of civilians have died in recent bombings.
Mr Assad’s forces are supported by Russian warplanes, which control the skies over Idlib, as well as Iran-backed militias, while Turkey is backing some rebel groups.