14 killed in twin suicide attack
Twin suicide attacks on the offices of a powerful insurgent group in rebel-controlled Idlib province has killed at least 14, according to a Syrian war monitor.
It was not clear who was behind Sunday's attack.
Earlier, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least five Ahrar al-Sham members were killed in the village of Tal Touqan.
The Observatory said it was a twin suicide attack that targeted the ultraconservative group.
Opposition-operated Baladi News Network quoted a witness as saying at least 15 people were killed in the attack that targeted a group meeting, saying the attackers reached the area on a rigged motorcycle.
Northern Idlib is an opposition stronghold, but an al Qaida-linked group has the most sway there and it is at odds with Ahrar al-Sham, the powerful ultraconservative group targeted in the attack.