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BEIRUT — A wave of late night air strikes pummeled the northwestern Syrian city of Idlib, killing at least 23 people, wounding dozens and trapping several under the rubble of their homes, opposition activists said Tuesday.
“The Russian aviation hasn’t performed any combat tasks, moreover hasn’t conducted any air strikes in the province of Idlib,” the Russian Defense Ministry spokesman, Maj.
WARSAW— Poland’s justice minister on Tuesday revived an effort to have filmmaker Roman Polanski extradited to the U. S., where he is wanted in a nearly 40-year-old case involving sex with a minor. The minister, who is also the country’s chief prosecutor, argues that celebrity status is shielding Oscar-winning director Polanski in Poland, where he grew up and which he often visits.
MANILA — The Philippine president-elect said Tuesday he will pay bounties to police or military officials who capture suspected drug lords “dead or alive,” adding that there is enough reward money to leave “100 persons dead.”
Duterte, 71, whose six-year term starts June 30, won an overwhelming election victory on a promise to eradicate crime and corruption in the country within six months, a feat police officials say will be difficult to achieve.
Army and police units will check on each other to punish personnel involved in drugs, and special forces could be deployed in jails to make sure inmates who continue to deal in drugs will “no longer be standing,” he said.
Duterte, who has stayed in Davao city since the May 9 election, introduced a number of his Cabinet appointees at the news conference, including officials who have served under previous presidents, former college classmates, close political allies and a handful of left-wing activists.
Duterte’s bold approach to crime and public threats to kill criminals have resonated among Filipinos long exasperated with crime, but have sparked alarm among human rights groups and pro-democracy advocates, who fear Duterte may resort to strongman tactics.
Asked to comment on unsolved killings of journalists in the country, he said many of those slain were paid to take sides on issues or had overly criticized people who couldn’t tolerate personal attacks.
CAMP TARIQ, Iraq — As Iraqi forces pressed an offensive Tuesday to dislodge Islamic State militants from Fallujah, conditions are worsening for tens of thousands of civilians trapped in the city, and a leading aid group raised alarm over an unfolding “human catastrophe.”
Islamic State fighters launched a fierce counterattack on the southern edge of the city, slowing the progress of the elite Iraqi counterterrorism troops, and the militants reportedly corralled civilians into a single neighborhood for use as human shields.
The troops also paused to destroy tunnels in the area.
Since Monday, 106 militants have been killed, the officers said.
With an estimated 50,000 civilians still inside Fallujah, humanitarian groups renewed calls on both sides to open up safe corridors for noncombatants to flee — an action that seems unlikely because it would require negotiations between Islamic State and the Iraqi forces.
KABUL— Amnesty International said Tuesday that more than 1.2 million Afghans have been forced to flee their homes due to violence in the past three years and urged the Kabul government and the international community to tackle the country’s growing crisis of refugees internally displaced by war.
 Hafiz Ahmad Miakhail, a media adviser at the Afghan refugee ministry, disputed Amnesty’s numbers, saying the total number of internally displaced was closer to 1 million, with many affected not just by the war but also natural disasters, including floods and earthquakes.
KABUL — The Taliban attacked several buses on a road in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday morning, forcing passengers to disembark and killing nine people and abducting at least 35, officials said.
According to Mahmood Danish, the governor’s spokesman, the assault in the volatile, northern Kunduz province took place in Aliabad district as the buses were traveling from the capital, Kabul, northeast to Takhar and Badakhshan provinces.
 in the eastern Ghazni province, a bomb blast killed a civilian and wounded 12, including a local policeman, said Asadullah Shujayee, the deputy provincial police chief.
 Tuesday, the Taliban launched attacks in southern Helmand province on the several districts and on the outskirt of the provincial capital, Lashkar Gah, said Karim Atal, the head of the provincial council.
Many of the attacks target police checkpoints, with Taliban fighters stealing weapons, ammunition and vehicles — and often abducting Afghan forces.