Seventeen people, including at least a dozen children, were killed in Syria on Wednesday when warplanes struck outside a school compound in the rebel-held province of Idlib. The Idlib News network said children were near the complex when the strikes hit. Other groups, including the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, measured the death toll at 22, with 14 children among the dead. Several of the wounded were listed in critical condition in local hospitals. Idlib is regularly hit by U.S.-led coalition planes, in addition to Syrian and Russian warplanes. Turkish media reported barrel-bomb drops in a triple attack on neighboring areas.