(Gulf News) – Evidence is mounting of a war crime allegedly perpetrated by joint Russian-Syrian military forces when a school in the rebel-held village of Idlib province was bombed on October 26, leaving dozens of pupils and teachers dead. The bombing may be the deadliest school bombing since the start of Syria’s civil war in 2011. Last month, a Human Rights Watch report, based on interviews and photographs, placed Russian and Syrian bombers above the site in the village of Haas that day. Now, new satellite imagery provides additional verification that they were behind the bloodshed.