(The Guardian) – Rescue workers at the site of a bombed-out school complex in northern Syria described scenes of anguish and fear as fresh details emerged of airstrikes that levelled much of the area and killed almost 40 people. A senior UN official described the attack as a possible war crime. The airstrikes on the school district in the town of Haas in Idlib province on Wednesday morning was described as potentially the worst bombing of the sort on a school since the start of the civil war five and a half years ago.