Distraught woman appeals to US after airstrike in Syria
IDLIB, Syria (STORYFUL) - More than a dozen people were killed in airstrikes in Idlib province on Monday, July 22, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The UK-based war-monitoring group said 19 people had been killed and more than 45 injured in the rebel-held northwestern city of Maarat al-Numan.
Local media said warplanes targeted a popular market in the city.
This footage shows Rania Kisar, an American woman and anti-government activist who runs a social justice organization, appealing to US President Donald Trump from Maarat al-Numan.
Editor's Note: This story has been updated. A previous version of the story did not state that the woman in the footage is an activist and did not provide information about her identity.