Alleged Syrian or Russian airstrikes struck Urm Al Jouz village in Idlib, killing up to 11 civilians and injuring up to 10.
In what was the lowest reported death toll, Local Coordination Committee Syria reported two people were killed and others wounded, mostly children. The source blamed Russian airliners for the attack.
While Smart News initially claimed three civilian deaths, it later reported up to six civilian deaths, including children, and more than 10 wounded. The source added several photographs of the victims after volunteers pulled them from the rubble in addition to a video – all of which can be viewed on their website as these are not for public distribution.
Syrian Network for Human Rights put the death toll higher and claimed a total of nine civilians were killed, including two children and a women. The source blamed Syrian regime fixed- wing warplanes and reported that they fired missiles on the Al Eman Mosque in the middle of Urm al Jouz village in Idlib, in what it decribed as “a massacre”. The source added that another missile struck entrance of the secondary school in the village.
Both Syrian regime forces and Russian forces were blamed for the attack by Shaam News, who added that they killed a total of 11 civilians.
The local time of the incident is unknown.