Al Jazeera's Sue Turton on Syrians decimating forests to survive the winter
2029 GMT: A Town After the Bombardment. Al Jazeera English's Basma Atassi reports:
The centre of Salqin in northern Syria looked deceptively normal, just a day after the town came under lethal government air strikes.
Shops were open for business. Residents strolled through the main square. Children could be seen playing in the narrow streets.
Yet a closer look at the streets of Salqin revealed the brutal scars of war. Away from the square, sidewalks were stained with blood and littered with broken glass.
Residents said six people were killed when government forces attacked the rebel-held town bordering Turkey on Friday. Dozens of people were injured, locals said, including many children.
Three siblings --- Basel, 12, Doriyeh, 10, and Raghad, 8 --- were injured by shrapnel as a rocket detonated near their home while they played.