Four families of Tajik nationality were reportedly killed as a result of airstrikes on the town of Al Sha’afa, according to local sources.
All reports stated that the non combatant victims were related to members of so-called Islamic State. Although the sources implied that women and children were harmed by the bombardments, no names, photos or other details were provided. Euphrates Post for example noted that “Four families of Tajik nationality [immigrants belonging to Daesh] were killed by air raids on the town of Al-Sha’afa yesterday.”
Reports from Baladi and Al Sharq Al Souri Agency identified the “International Coalition” as the culprit.
In addition, al Sharq al Souri noted the death in an airstrike that day of “Abu Osman al-Shami from al-Hisan village, one of Islamic State’s medical officials.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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US-led Coalition Assessment:
Original strike reports
For March 6th, the Coalition reported: “On Mar. 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged two Daesh tactical units and destroyed a Daesh supply route, a front end loader and a staging facility.”