Syrian army shelled last Thursday 22 March two media centres in the two cities of Sirmin and Azaz, the first near Idlib and the second near Aleppo.
Sources in the Syrian opposition in Sirmin said that the army attacked the media centre in the city with cuneiform bombs, destroying it and injuring two staff.
In a phone interview with DCMF, Mohamed Hamamish, the head of Sirmin opposition association, confirmed that the media centre was hit by three cuneiform bombs, injuring a Syrian journalist with a British passport and a journalist activist working at the centre.
"The attack started on Thursday evening 22 March, with the army using three cuneiform bombs. Media person nicknamed Hamam Sirmini was seriously injured along with another journalist from Zawya mount who holds a British Passport and who contracted minor injury. The two are currently treated in a residential house in the city," said Hamamish.
Hamamish added that all filming and broadcast equipment which the activists used to cover and document the revolution in Idlib were destroyed in the attack. "Our revolution archive was also destroyed and burned, including all the videos and pictures we had taken until last Thursday," confirmed Hamamish.
Informed sources said that the Syrian army launched a rocket on a media centre in the city of Azaz, causing material damage and no reports of casualties.
The same sources talked about deliberate targeting by the Syrian army of media centres.
Eyewitness also spoke about seeing reconnaissance planes tasked with identifying locations of media centres by determining their broadcast signals and coordinates.
These planes were used in Baba Amr and Khaldya neighbourhoods in Homs, where two media centers have been targeted over the last couple of months.