One to three civilians were reported killed in airstrikes on Khan Sheikoun, Idlib, on July 1st.
IdlibPlus alleged “two martyrs and a number of wounded as a result of the targeting of Russian warplanes in the city of Khan Sheikhoun,” while Syria Civil Defense documented the death of three civilians in the attack.
Meanwhile, Syrian Network for Human Rights stated that “Khaled al Neser was killed along with Abdul Latif al Skhita as warplanes we believe were Russian fired missiles on al Gharbi neighborhood in Khan Sheikhoun city in Idlib governorate southern suburbs, on July 1st.” Two days after the strike, the source added that Yahya Turki al Jasem from Kafr Ein village in Idlib died on July 2nd due to wounds sustained in the attack on Khan Sheikhoun on July 1st.
Edlib Media center also reported five wounded as a result of the attack, while other sources named “others injured.”
Suriye.u.a.d reported the use of cluster munitions in the attack, and Step News Agency stated that one civilian was killed, along with “several injured.”
One source did not positively attribute blame for the airstrike, while 11 sources attributed the attack to Russian forces, and @SyrianCoaltion named both Russia and the Syrian regime in reporting the incident.
The local time of the incident is unknown.