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The air strike happened in Syria's eastern Deir Ezzor province on Wednesday, a day after at least 57 people were killed in an aerial attack on a prison run by the IS jihadist group.
At least 57 inmates and guards were killed when a US-led air strike targeted a prison under Islamic State control in eastern Syria.
The monitor said the strikes were believed to have been carried out by Russian warplanes on the provincial capital Idlib city, which is controlled by jihadists and their Islamist rebel allies.
Mohammad Naser Mehri, spokesman for the provincial governor, said Saturday that the incident was a roadside bomb explosion.
Akhund had led the insurgents to mount several attacks in Kunduz since 2011.
A rocket or mortar round launched from the Gaza Strip hit southern Israel before dawn on February 27 but caused no casualties.
Huthi rebels in Sanaa accused a Saudi-backed coalition of carrying out the strike.
It was not immediately clear who carried out the raids.
Doctors Without Borders pegs the death toll at ninety thus far.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it could not immediately specify who carried out the strikes.
The strike killed at least seventy and wounded more than hundred.
The headmaster and two other staff members were among those killed in the air raid in the district of Nihm, sources said.
At least seven children and two pregnant women were killed in an air strike on Syria's rebel stronghold province of Idlib.
Saudi-led coalition air strikes hit a rebel-held security building in Yemen's west, killing at least 30 prisoners and insurgents.